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Sunday-School ed I'JIl'Jliflk mJ PHUNE: jLnWWH W V HOME ON MMH Drlyer an Snort LoibTlftiTsfcitlTrHtfcrti JucorporMM Bery 1800 VOLUME XLVI.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. fast. In Dublin the trouble Is few of the nominations and no mostly due to a dispute ln the buildstereotyped list of a headquarters ing trades. Thomas Johnston, Secbecrctary must decide those conretary ot tho Irish Labor party, estitests. Chairman John C. Doolan mates that there are not less than and his associates, Messrs. Knight, 15,000 agricultural workers and Klapheke, Cassell, Curtis, Callahan road menders out ot work as a reand Harris, owe a duty to the sult of the military situation. candiParty in Kentucky SufTcrs Severe voters In seeing that every square ACT LIKE RURAL VISITORS. date Is given a fair and Blow in Death of Boss A. T. THE OPEN SHOP. deal, one that will mean perfect harmony for all concerned. It the Hert. The hostility ot capital to labor few races mentioned can not be and labor toward capital is every then the committee should day becoming more accentuated. It see to it Hint all nro given an equal almost seems impossible to devise primary. chance in a hands-of- t Democratic Committee Can Assuro any means, practical or otherwise, The announcement of Mrs. John by which theso two essential factors Fall Success by Pah Deal L. Woodhury for County Tax Comln the Industrial life of the country missioner met with popular favor For All. can be brought Into amicable and among both men and women Demoharmonious relationship. The atticrats whb have grown to know and tude ot many employers towards appreciate her work at campaign their employes Is characterized in times. Mrs. Woodbury Is known to "Reform" Administration Will Sure- many of our readers for her untirtho Bulletin of the Bureau ot Industrial Research as a "drive to deing work In behalf of the erection ly Call Times Editor on stroy the unions." The of the tablet to Rov. Father Ryan, Broad Clinrgc. "open shop" policy Is roundly dethe Poet Priest of the South, now nounced by many manufacturers as located In front of St. Boniface "a deceitful and circuitous method," church. Attorney Charles Morris Is with which they could havo no symbeing requested by many to anpathy. The committee on Industrial morrow pardons bad crook. nounce for Police Judge while Relations of tho Merchants' AssoJudge James P. Gregory would ciation of New York, comprising meet with no opposition If he would such men as E. K. Hall, Vice Presiconsent to announce for County dent of tho American Telephone and The death of Republican National Commissioner. Telegraph Company; Walter G. This past week Gov. Morrow Committeeman A. T. Hert was the Teaglo, President of the Standard topic of political conversation shocked tho entire community by chief Oil Company of New Jersey, and turning loose from prison John Doe, this week and his reign as leader alias Frank Blair, the man of mysGerand M. Dahl, Vice President ot of the Kentucky- - Republicans was tery and of whom there Is not the the Chase National Bank, recently reviewed many times, and also as slightest doubt that he is a bad and Issued a report which said that tho to what effect his death would have dangerous crook. Doe or Blair was establishment of the "open shop" on the Republican party In this arrested here three years ago In an should not in any way affect tho State. All agree that Hert was solo attempted employe's' right to Join or not to burglary and murder and undisputed boss of Kentucky case. After a little join a labor union. s In will not agree Republicans; but all It must be remembered that it is the Police Court Roscoo Searcy adwith those who claim he displayed vanced $800 in cash for bond nnd not so much the right to affiliate marked ability as a political stratwith the union that organized labor thp mystery man's release. egist and managor. In political obtained demands a3 the right to collective Of course tho crook forfeited the maneuverlngs It was Hort's wealth bond and was not heard of until a bargaining. This right organized capital will not concede. Yet it is that asserted itseir, not political year later when he was arrested ability, and without that wealth plying his regular trade of robbery almost Impossible for tho Individual worklngman to obtain a just reand corporation boodle Hert would and assault. Brought back here he never have risen from the ranks? was sentenced ot serve, five years muneration for labor If he is forced By no stretch of tho Imagination In the Frankfort penitentiary, the to bargain for wages with a powGrand jury says Keystone police are and possibly ean one compare his political record Jury having no difficult time in proerful capitalistic combine. It would to that of men like tho late Col. nouncing him guilty. This verdict bo preferable that the man doing can't find gambling dens. John H. Whalleh or Gov William was brought in July B, 1919, nnd the work, and tho man for whom a loyal Goebel. These men had the work Is done, should personally years by last Monday, less than two turns agreo upon the conditions under personal following that stood pri- later, our 'reform" Governor which service Is to be rendered and them In political conventions, this notorious nnd despcrato crook compensated. That Is not possible maries pr elections, regardless of loose to again prey upon and y or feasible In tho Industrial world the money Involved, while Hert's murder some Innocent citizen today. Unfortunately the personal followers came from that class who or citizens. Morrow further Insults Intimacy between employer and emfollow a campaign barrel Just like tho peoplo and voters ot the State toj a molasses by refusing to explain his action ploye Is a thing of the past. This dies are attracted Cork County Council, and now be- condition being largely duo to men barrel. Hert never obtained polit- and to date wo have heard no pro- covers all parts ot the world. Of comes a member of Dall Eireann. of the McCone stripe, who are liars ical notice or recognition until he tests from Lieut. Gov. Ballard, Wm. these six wero Bishops and 153 It Is said that no other Lord Mayor and enemies of both the working-ma- n had amassed a fortune, while Gov. Heyhurn, the Louisville Herald ed- priests. of Cork has ever held the position Gobel and Col. Whalen were recog- itor or other prominent Republicans and his employer. RETURN'S TO IRELAND. As wo havo often said before the nized political powers from their fn regard to the Doe case. To an of Chairman ot the Cork County only solution of tho difficulties will early youth and when they had no outsider It looks like tlint it will Council at the same time. ' havp to bo called the "Dough" case. Tho Washington representative of Forty-tlire-o financial backing. Harry Boland, envoy of the Irish be found Is that offered by tho Successful;1 Parliamcnt-reported SatThere Is no denying that the Republic to America, was re- Catholic Church, as so clearly InSpeaking of "reform," wo want the Associated Press grief of tho local and State Repub- to call the attention ot Col. Petty, urday that Dona! O'Callaghan, Lord nry Candidates Itccclre Returns elected unanimously by his constit- dicated by the great Pope Leo XIII. licans over Hort's death Is sincere. "Governor" Burllngame, near May- Mayor of Cork, who came here six uents In Mayo and Roscommon. in his immortal Encyclical on Labor in jails,''. Mr. Hert had few sincere friends in or Smith and others to tho charge months ago as a stowaway to testify . Eamon De Valera, President of 'Re.rum Novarum."' Tho humane dom.m-;-just the Republican organization, his made by the Louisville Times editor before the commission of the Comthe Irish Republic: Michael Collins,' and .the spirit which should and actions of followers being composed mostly of against the "pure" and "spotless" mittee ot One Hundray Investigating inate 'Minister' of Finance: liawrenca-Gfn- - . ' both' !.canltalattitude labor are clearly nsrv.-- a .holding office under administration .and the Keystone the Irish question, is believed by i . .: . .. and wuttirakirf nell, Llam .Mellowes, James ,Burko, sot. prthlvilri thlsi. document'iwhlch fffllclajoj :th:Dppartm,eot2Labqr SCVCR5V&eMkI(: " thGpresehU.admJnlsiratiqnli-theaJl- e returned tfidandTThT? fLIBB'J financial fshxeisTontTtnettlfude'-opubllcansgwhpwanted about gambling the Times tchave Ttnll ? fnwmnM l1?frin,n.1 mayor was leaders well known In" America were the Catholic Church on the subject. anger-anthen all the little fish said: "A few days ago the Times Lord country as given ciassincauon a seaman and alelected without opposition. Republicans, black and white, who obtained a list, much longer than In this ' """ t Eireann. Ersklne Chllders, son of tho forSACRED HEART ACADEMA'. trailed hungrily after tho money the one published by tho grand Jury lowed until midnight Monday to mer English Chancellor of the doled out from tho Hert coffers. To and including some of those names, leave the United States. E. J. Assistant Secretary of Labor, Diplomas and honors will be conand author of "The Batthis class Hert's death comes as a of places where games of chnnco "every disblow and with tho king dead the flourished openly. ferred at the graduation exercises If tho police do said that tho department had Somo Elected to tho Northern Par tle of the Sands," and who won scramble Is on for prestige among not know about these places the reason to believe that before the tinction for his service for England of the Sacred Heart Academy at 10 i In the late war, was elected for o'clock next Wednesday morning by some while others are looking for a cry of Kcystono should not long- time limit allowed O'Callaghan to lament Will Rofiiso to loophole to sneak Into the Demo- er ofTcnd them. If they do know, leave he will have shipped aboard Fitz- the Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghue, Desmond County Wlcklow. Attend. cratic party. The latter are con- the administration should either another ship. As a matter of fact," gerald, in prison for his activities as Bishop of the Diocese ot Louisville. he sidered wise and crafty, as they censo denying that it suffers gam- said Hennlng, "we believe that alhead of tho propaganda department) Father Fulgence Meyer, O. F. M., know that lean and hungry days bling or it should attempt to sup- Is already safely back in Ireland, of the Irish Republic, was plected will make the principal address. Republican press professional games." Possibly though we have no official Informaon coming tho are The following is a list ot tho gradparty, that there is a fecluiff against Messrs. Petty, Burllngame and our tion to that effect. His attorneys WITHOUT CHARGE OR TRIAL. from Dublin. Count Plunkett, whose son was uates: assured us that ho would leave the the hard times Harding administra- near Mayor didn't soe that open in- country according to tho ruling of y Misses Department executed by the British for his parAcademic tion, the "Howdy Kd" fiiiluro at sult and challenge, and the Ken ticipation in the Easter uprising In Marian Louise Buchart, Elizabeth Secretary. The last that I have Frankfort and the near Mayor tucky Irish American, In a spirit of the 191C, was elected from Roscommon, Ivy Hudson, Mary Florence Forty-thre- e Smith flnsco in tills city. Some kindness, tips them off that this hoard of him was through In newsot the one i.i-,- i ChiEo,n McNoII1 although ln Hannon, Agnes Frances and J, might have stood by tho guns while broad charge by the Times editor paper reports that he was and forty successful candidates ln from two Hert was In back with plenty of may convince some that there 13 cago April 8." Pointing out that ute recent Parliamentary elections' jaI1 was eiected University constit- Mary Violet Dwyer, Ethel Loulso Mayor claimed and for Oesweln, Evelyn Ann Mosor, Kathencles, National funds but now they realize that tho wicked gambling going on in the friends of the Lord probability that erlne Agnes Pfeffor and Esther funds collected this year from tho community. Wo believe that the that there was a might undertake In Ireland received the election re- - Derry. Marie Cahlll. police, firemen, city employes nnd admlnlstrtalon leaders will Immedi- British authorities voyage, turns in the various Jails in Ireland Commercial Department Mlsse3 ORPHANS' PICNIC. oft (?) drink stands will ro to tho ately demand ot the Times tho long to arrest him on his return and England whore they are held was possible that Fronla Prlscllla VIers, Clara Rosene little bosses loft in charge of the list of gambling places and Im- Hennlng said It friendly to O'Cal- prisoners by tho British crown organization, nnd tho Utile bosses mediately squelch them. 'We also some officials At Monday evening's meeting ot Brown and Carrie Mae O'Danlel. All were elected members up the report ot forces. can't seo themselves spending a believe that tho near Mayor will laghan had held He explained that ot Dall Eireann, tho Congress of tho friends ot the orphans ln preparaCRAMP FVTAL. whole lot of money In a losing fight. publish that 1,000 word report that his departure. Republic, regardless of tho tion for the Fourth ot July picnic, a breach of regWatch this tip: Judge Huston Quln, he prepared so assiduously last this would not be was no require- Irish that they are deprived ot active' tow of the parishes were unrepretact ulations as there Hert's selection for Mayor, will- now week In his "defl" to the grand Friends and relatives ot Lawrence The Button1 Commlttoe has ment that his departure bo reported participation in tho Republican af- sented.energetic and reported dona- TnliTTintin. nn nf f!- .Tnsehh Leh- look for a soft place to drop out of Jury. immediately. fairs by being kept ln Jail, and been amounting to $1,344.94. Sat- knann, 1938 Deorlng avenue, were the hopeless contest. The two latest murder cases demAssistant Secretary Hennlng an- some were also elected to the North- tions news wnen As indicated above, fortune Is onstrate the ability of our Keystone shocked isfactory reports were received from painfully that a smiling on the Democratic party police department. A big touring nounced Monday Thursday statement ern Parliament, which however, the various committees and tho fol- reached tho city Sunday evening ot regarding they will not attend. Statewide car runs down and kills a young would be Issued once more, nationally. appointments his death by drowning while bathlowing additional the whereabouts and status Included In tho successful candl-.Int- were announced: ing near Anchorage. With twenty-thre- e and locally. Ropnubllcan candi- man at Sixth and Zano a little over O'Callaghan, Lord Mayor of of Donal Cork. either held In. Jails without friends Lehmann had gone on dates all over the country have been two weeks ago. A real police deCandy wheel Messrs. Louis Vet-te- r, Ltrlal or who are serving penal sen Is bedecisively beaten lately and tho de- partment would have blocked all Chairman; Fred A. Bauer, Jr., an afternoon outing, and It cramp for STUDENTS. feat of Mayor Thompson in Chi- roads leading from tho city ten tences lor iuuii iJuuwtui uuiiviuca io John Robinson, John R. Baldwin, lieved ho was seized with a cago this week was the latest. Tho minutes arterwards and at daylight Arthur Griffith, Vice President of William Baldwin, Josepn ue voto, aftor plunging Into tho water. A cHlilnnto will .rACfilvn the State is safe this fall and all could have had each district exIrish Republic. He has been Rudolph Volz, Paul Downard, F. H. pulmotor was used to resuscitate life but without avail. Besides his doubts of success can bo removed amine every large touring car In diplomas at tho commencement ex held InMountJoy Jail, Dublin, since Lelsman, George Logan, Otto uouego ai me arid- County Demby tho new City iMunnlnghoff, Joseph parents ho is survived by a sister, was not done and' orcises of Bt. xaviers without trial and Frank the city. This next Friday last November Thus far it Is another or roe long list oi Diunaers college auditorium ocratic Committee. having a charge made German, Hardy Sexton, Thomas J. Miss Mary Rose Lehmann,C. and two Joseph student orators without brothers, James E. and the Intention of the party leaders Is attributed to the Keystone police. night. The four Steuerle, who as against him. MacSwlnoy, Sullivan. Sean to nominate in a convention and to The Stamp case Is another. Confectionery booth Misses Jean Lehmann, Jr. Tho funeral was held The will be Eugene J. speak on "Cardi- brother of the late Lord Mayor Ter- high mass, at St. date It appears that there will be murderer twenty-fou- r hours after- valedictorian will National Ideal." rence MacSwIney, was elected from Smith, Marietta De Voto, Phllomena with requiem Wednesday morning. a church no contests for 95 per cent, of the ward walks to his home, sees four nal Gibbons counjy. He recently escaped ' De Voto, Evelyn Lege, Mathilda John'sFather Schuhmann conducting nominations. There are contests Keystoners guarding tho house so "Federalization ot Schools a Na- Cork uora Dletsche, Anna Rauch, Frankle Rev. subject from thus far for the nomination for bo couldn't get in. goes- away and tional Menace" will be tho Breslln; harbor, Spike islana prison, a fif- Powell, Elizabeth Grieve, Angela the sad obsequies. . where he was serving Sheriff. Prosecuting Attorney of the hires a room a block and a half ot the address ot Frank H. Henicen, .niarceua- uroppeunuu, xua being Police Court. Bailiff and possibly from tho City Hall, Anally walking Arthur E. Eyl, salutatorlan, will tell teen year sentence forRepublican,a De Van, Minnie Vetter. FINE INFTRJLlRr SITE. ala National .Herit- member of the Irish Judge of tho County Court, ' Ready to Wear Committee Mes- streets in broad day ot "Americanism "Immigration a Natolnal army. Robert Banton, who was an dames Thos. Keenan, J. J. Barrett, pop throuch the realty Among the Important though L. D. Greene seems the light to surrender himself. 'Stamp age," and by ular choice. Tnose tew contests is a great big easy to Problem" will bo explained Rev. office'' ln the English, army in the M. J, McClusky, X. Kessack, Geo. transactions negotiated last week Right nn Enerllsh Fltzpatrlck, w. A. Brown, m. j. was tho purchase by the Order of !n ami nrlin la must be handled by the Democratic pick out in a crowd, yet he spent .Tnmes T. Curran. The of Iprison at present, also was elected. Bannon, Ida Ackerman, H. Bishop r, O'Dpnaghue, Committee and they must be hand- two days In the heart ot the city, Denis the Sisters of Nazareth ot a .tract exer- -. led-, fairly In a manner that will eating in a public restaurant, and. Louisville, will preside at the. M. Troy, P. (L. Scanlon, M. ot land on Eastern Parkway, beseven women who uavo vvbu leave no sore spots afterwards. the Keystoners didn't even have a clses. Tho Rev. Fatner unanesxi, prominently Identified with tho Irish Duane, Thos. Brocar, M. Stoll, L. A.. tween the Ashbottom rbad and PresThe Sheriff's race four years ago clue. You've got to hand it to the Ryan, S. J. Professor ofpolltIcal Republican movement were elected Blanford, D. F. Murphy, L. Graham,-B- ton street, which Altlmately will be oi.nnrTflw.-C5- t VnvWfl ftolleee. Cin to Dall Eireann. Among them are split the Democratic party asunder Keystoners for messing It up. J. Campbell, C. Boyle, Mlsseg R. used as a site for a new St. Joseph's cinnati, wllldeliver tho baccalau Miss Mary MacSwIney, sister of the Conroy, M. Flannlgan, M. Ward, M. Infirmary. The purchase was made simply because some one Insisted reate sermon, and John M. Cooney, selfishly on the nomination of a who and A Noonan, iM. Campbell, M. at this time that there might be a (Lord Mayor ot Cork, PRIEST FIFTY YEARS. professor of Journalism, Notre Dame late present In America on and ileckham man for Sheriff against a speak- Wallace, M. Merrjmee, K. Coleman, suitable site available for a new . will deliver the alumni Is at city's growth netbe wishes of tho Democratic ma Archbishop Mrs. Katherlne O'Cal- Messrs, Thos. Hannon, X. Kessack, hospital when tho that will celebrate Sebastian G. Messmor address. This will be one of tho ing tour;whose husband, Michael Edw. Pope, Chas. Cooper, Jos. Lana-ha- cessitates removal ot tho Infirmary jority, who in repudiating the fiftieth Anniver- most Interesting commencements in laghan, from Its present Ipcatlon on Fourth choice heat the entire ticket and sary Chas. Slebel. ot Limerick, ordination to the priestAs the time tor the picnic, which street, between Chestnut and Broadthe defeat of Beckham last year hood of his year wjth a Journey to the history ot tho college and will O'Callaghan, excellent work ot Brother was murdered by Black and Tans Is expected to surpass any over way. The purchase, known as the was but an echo of party mlsman Rome. this Arrangements are being reflect the In his home in March; Mrs. Pearse, given In Louisville, draws near the Rpblnson Benjamin. tract, neement of four years ago. embraces about passage to Europe in made mother ot Padralc Pearse, first Interest Increases and new faces are eighteen ot unimproved acres The Kentucky Irish American June, tor his he will make his ad Republic; eegn every Monday night at the ground having a frontage of 1,100 when President ot tbe Irish tltterly fought that mistaken course llmlna visit to the Vatican, and SISTER'S iUBIIEE. Mrs. T. Clarke, whose husband was meetings at K". of C. Hall, at which teoj on Eastern Parkway with a then and warnE the committee that which he said to crown everybody Is welcome. executed by tho English depth ot about 800 feet. If the dtfferen contests can not be laterfirst the. church In little edifice Is mass. The .adjusted amicably they mast not bo his Last Sunday the good people and forces; Dr. Ada K. English, who left to located nearto St, Gall, toSwitzerland. children ot St. James' congregation Is serving nine months for having CATHOLIC MISSION CRUSADE. In n convention jnLITARY CAUSE IDLENESS. expects return Milwaukee Slan Fein literature ln her possesthe vote of Democratic men and He the fall. had a happy celebration ot tho June It is in Next Wednesday evening, women In a fair primary. inhllfio of Slater Ursula, who sion the Countess Marklevlcz, who Th ABRoelated Press .corresnbnd- tiooiiioRs to nolnt out here that a has given tho last fifteen years ot is serving two years for organizing ont cables trom Dublin that a great 15, at 7:30 o'clock, Is the date of CATHOLIC MISSIONS. d the next meeting of tho Veteran convention can not settle a contest her religious me to me worts ui the National Boy Scouts, arid Miss increase in unemployment in Is shown by official reports. Unit of the Catholic Students' Misfalrlv, Delecates, to a convention education as principal in St. James' Brfdghld Dooly of Waterford. Some idea ot the extent ot the parochial school. at Sunday morning are not popular choices but are the Lord Mayor Donal O'Callaghan, The number of people registered not sion Crusade. All former students the the entire congregation received Helena's Commercial Cellege which does selections of a headquarters secre- Catholle missions throughout of Cork, also was elected to Dall the labor exchanges, short time, has of St. are cerdlally Invited tp attends The tary who nrenares a list for the world may be gained from the re- holy communion la her honor and Eireann, which, gives the youthful Include workers on ported on the. number ot missionaries for her Intention, and in the evenMay was a deof those attending a distinction risen to 116.285. Belfast Is worst Boclal meeting ln An Interesting leader the unemployed as lightful evening. and smoothes the way for who died last year in the various ing a reception wm held In the Irishholding threeunuaul important exec- off with IS,28,434ln Dublin and 2 progaramme Is annpunced. fpr June 291 against the dlctrlct representatives, This Is parts of the world to which they gchopl hH fer members of the con- ot every Democrat have beet stationed. Durl the gregation and friends ot Sister utive positions at one, time. In to Over 100,000 are 15, when Rev. Father Phlllbert, O. In Cork. jw'tlnfiwtory to being Chief Executive ot drawing unemployment benefit. The F. M(, will addreee missionaries of the Ureula, who li held la admiring and the Veterans. where there are no contests, hut Met year Cery. eiir he U Chairman ot the hardest hit industry Is llnea In Bel All are expcted tp attend. today we have eompetluwi for a Catholic Church died. The 4ur affectionate eeteem. REPUBLICAN SOUND ALARM Association TTr Forces to Rally to Support of Towner Bill. And Opposition Announced to Al leged Position of tho Catholic Hierarchy. IK ps?iH heSt. Friends of Freedom of Education to Safeguard Their Rights m Citizens. FIGHT SAME AS IN THE PAST. The belief has obtained in some that tho Towner bill f Department ot forierly known as the bternng bill) was practically dead ?,uarters .Ed-Sm- iti bmTrc?h.a8 hocus-pocu- non-reside- "of Education. A letter ine uureau consent out taining this Information has been misinterpreted to the extent of Implying that the Catholic Hierarchy were heartily In favor ot ment of Public Welfare the Departbecause Its creation would obflae of th0 Towner; blli: This Pf,Sel brought put In a letter Issued on .Tuna o v.. .... I ?S'A--W- S auaum I(?roPso Department of Public would attain tr and nrnmi. nrl-Prl- a apeared .u. ,u vmj ttt. Which f 0nT,?L iUiaai0 vest, to the At3 Executive Commit- - k. V. . " prob-nbl- m IREffiD 'r'.-"r- 135 f. of TnVrnZr W' t0 v;;h econBress.; ?? il.n Pteir lett.eF: aI3S wtth ui me ixecutlve committee '""IJD'a nion -j named o letter issued in the mat- ?Py Catholic Wel-- " Council, and which Secrfitnrv nt iY,n o..j the Jr . wEphaK? 'r. "'Pose V- In faVor '"auonai 3 Gen-or- al a?-- ' & reads: ioii are more or less familiar ..... With the Tnwnop-sn.- n " V.HUUS GUUtUUOa- oi 1.11, im Dr.' "'urarcny, 1.&ronl Waited - a VSn wATs - . ?- d .a aUTO.""?1 . Vl fcncCRinanoheMsV T teS?SSSSfrr'"0,1"" Welfare-- . In Bureau ef Educatlpn will submerged, and which is sponsored by the President and support-,C,1ite,fly.by tne Catholic hierarchy, to supersede the Towner-Sterlibill providing for an nt Department of Education lthT,a fiecrtar)r of Education In President's Cabinet. stitute measure Is passed,Ifit the subwill bo a direct blow at public education as a nation we are already rapidly drifting toward Illiteracy. What Is needed Is a vigorous Protestant pro- est, so the President and Congress know where Protestantism stands. As one measure, Dr. suggests that telegrams be Athearn Immediately dispatched to President Harding, and letters to the Senate and House Committees (names enclosed) by a large number, urging that education be romoved from the Department of Public Welfare and that the peoplo be given an opportunity to say to Congress whether or npt they want an Independent department of education. Will you as an Individual citizen, take upon yourself to comply with this request as fully as possible?" The names of the members of the senate and House committees with their addresses are appended, as Indicated, to the letter ln question. Thus one can readily seo that the fight for the Towner bill Is being waged with tho samo determlnatlen as it was ln the past. Additional light on the matter of the Towner b'll's sued by an nrtlclo appearing In The Builder, a Masenlc publlca-tlpwhich prcves twe the present bill is essentially facts same the as tho former bill and Is merely dressed ln a different garb, and It has the support of Masonry. "The bill," says The Builder, "as reintroduced ln the House Is changed from the original one, reperted eut favorably and strongly by the House Committee on Education, ln verbiage only." Continuing the same Issue of tho Masonic organ quotes a resolutlpn adopted by the Masonic Grand Lodge of Mississippi pledging Its members as "Endorsing efforts, to create a National Department of Education as set forth in the bill," the lodge "enderses the public ' schcpl and pledges every Influence within. It3 fiower to maintain and .safeguard the samo from the assaults ef thpse whp would destroy and create ln Its stead a system of parochial schools, dominated and controlled by and under the absolute Influence ef an autpcratlc hierarchy.1' Tho expresslcns ot these two separate agencies, originating at two different places and at different times, are Indicative ot widespread efforts to secure the passage of the Towner bill. It is necessary th-all friends ot the freedom of education Inform themselves of the continuance ot the danger and he prepared to safeguard their rights a3 citizens. O. B. ot O. V. be w ng Sftntm,ent of Publlc i" urn proviaing'for a Hen-nln- g. 1 Mac-Nama- ', 5 '1 - ps hH V rpfcti-tf-nn- a Ross-flol- d, - n, ' - , six-foot- no' Boss-meye- Smith-Tewn- er Tinivfti-Bitr- n, bt sll-v- nr ire-lan- puld-ine- e con--ventt- nn 10,-02- ad-dltt- 9 PRIESTS' HOMES BURNED. The re&ldencea of nHfuk and curates were buraed whea'Brit- tsn soldiers raided the Heterd district, in. County Galway,. deetrpT-ia- g boniefe and crops, aad layioip th costtkyslde wate. aav-ara- l ' .' !y. i ' Tf'1 . . jua&jspjpict&jarsr ikoshc ajst&j&xczajs:. An Irishman who volunteered for active service at the outbreak or. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. war, received a decoration, and was granted a commission, makes lo the Social 'and Moul Advancement ol Irish Americana ad Catholica later the following feeble protest against Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Mca's the system of "maintaining law and Institute and Catholic Knight i of America. order" now prevalent In his nativo country. vKBTUCKY IHISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., Incotponua. Publlshera I d fields of stood in the COPyTc France SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE And saw an English comrade fall Entered at tha Loulavllle Pottotl.'ce at Second. CIa a Matter. In No Man's Land, where death- Wist lifrtrty Strut fiends dance. IRISIf AMERICAN, AMrm AH Cwumwlcitions to tbe KENTUCKY I hastened to his call. I carried him through the blood and mire, I dressed his wounds and calmed his fears. He strove to speak his wild desire Consumed his words like raging fire, SATURDAY "JUNE U, 1921 But he thanked me through his LOUISVILLE, KY tears. . would gladly do the work for a OUR FDAd DAY. fraction of the expense. If we must Beside my ruined home I stood my mother's stifled And heard Today is "Flag day, and the Stars be represented at the British Court prayer: have we not the right to Insist on "Father, forgive them" while the and Stripes should fly from every being represented by an American, blood home In Louisville and Kentucky. not an imitation in the bargain? Oozed from her bosom bare. She whispered a name with her This is the forerunner of our nation parting breath, WOULD CAUSE DECAY. al holiday, the Fourth of July. "Who Is the fiend that struck this blow?" The Socialist orator She whispered a name with her REMOVE SIMS. Our English Admiral Sims in the would have his hearers believe that parting breath, greatest builder My God! 'Twns tho man I saved American navy Is at it again. Two his cult is the from death weeks ago in a public .address at imaginable. Wherever It has been A few short years ago. he minimized America's tried, however, it has proved to be London Irish Weekly of Belfast. part In the war and successfully a most destructive proposition. It King George's boots. This will lead to national decay and in licked COMING EVENTS. past week he denounced the Sinn the long run develop a system of Fein movement and all American slavery. June 2? St. Philip Nerl church outing and picnic, afternoon and citizens who dare question EngTHE ONLY WAY. evening, at Rivoli Garden. land's right to throttle and murder June 53 Moonlight excursion of Irish men and women. Pretty near With the True Toico, we take Jackson Democratic Club. everyone now undertands that, Sims, Juno 26 Picnic of Division 4, A. "with a grain of salt" the report who was born in England, like most that another meeting is to be ar- O. H at Summers Park. of that class, still swears allegiance ranged between President Do Valera to John Bull first, and it is the duty and Sir James Craig, the leader of AAAAAjUAAAAAAAAAAAAAA of the Secretary of the Navy to the Ulster faction of Orangemen. No remove this Englishman from the doubt there are those in Ireland, as American service. well as in England, who still hopo ;W LfMU P- r5 & &? mm that some way out of the present FATHER MORRISSEY. Mrs. Charles O'Brien, Deer Park, tangle can be found through euch a meeting. But wo do not join in was host to a Friday picnic party at away from Indiana, where he Big Rock. Far this hope. The truth is that tho had labored so long, Very Rev. An- way out is very simple. Let Great Mrs. John P. Hanley has been vis iting in Frankfort, tho guest of Mrs. drew Morrlssey, C. S. C, Coadjutor-GenerBritain recognize Irish independence J. S. Darnell. of the Holy Cross Order, and tho matter is settled. There la Mrs. L. W. Kelly, of Mobcrly, Over In Paris, has passed away. no otner way. Mo., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. F. journeyed to assist the whither he Cloro in Crestwood. General of the order, who Is in WIRES CROSSED. 'airs. William J. Brady, Mrs. Mar- Morrlssey was feeble health, Father garet Riley and Mrs. Ella Davern suddenly called. His passing brings The local Employers' Assoclatln have returned from a visit to Mad- on inUl sorrow to all of the boys and men last week introduced'a Mr. McCoAe In our own State and elsewhere, to lecture in its behalf, and follow Sift 3?n i who knew and loved him and to ing the address McCone was sue- o'Connell, who have returned to whom he was always the cessfuly denounced as a clown and Cincinnati. humble and zeal- a liar by every nowsDaner in town"" Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Barry Serving Louisville and Kentucky since 1846, this good, old store still stands for the principles ous "Father Morrlssey." The order and later evidence showed that Ufo and 80n' Thomas Clark Barry, will which have made it famous, and which today make it the store most worthy of your patronage. leave loomrrow evening will miss him, Notre Dame will miss press verdict was unanimous f: jr lor .Lios and long mourn him, and the Maine to Calfornla. Now comeVm Angeles, Cal. Mr. and Church and Nation have lost a great sub branch of the local Employers' have moved Mrs. Joseph N. Hlggins cosy new Into their 1 . priest and an educator of the first Association, known as the Employ bungalow homo at 1917 e rank. But he had done his work ing Printers' Association, and in its avenue. Mrs. Benjamin Horstman well within the years allotted blm efforts to prove that the printers' and and his name and works will shine union is without friends publishes a Mrs. Frederick Nobbe were midAA AAA guests of week in .hls, beloved Notre Dame for all list of socalled employing printers, Koellner, Bardstown Mrs. Lawrence road. time! Indiana Catholic. n t who state that they will not employ Mr. and Mrs. Leland and son Leland are spending union printers. In the list we find some time INCREDIBLE. the Kentucky Book Manufacturing Thompson at with Mrs. 'Sallle D. t Prestonla. Company, .Company, Mr. and Mrs. George D. Todd It seems incredible in these days, Roederer's Bush Kreba Bindery, Tinsley-CIInFor Best Service Quality of Work in the City have closed their apartment in the 6ays The Missionary, that any naman Company, and others who have Puritan and moved to their country tion that has had any contact "with no more use Men's suits for a printer, union or home on Silver Hills, near New Al$1.50 civilization should be guilty of the suits 1.75 Men's three-piec- e than they would have bany. crimes that England has committed Miss Helen Howard, just gradt Men slight weight overcoats 1,75 for a hod carrier,' yet they are ex- uated from Oxford College, returned t and is committing in Ireland. The ploited by t Men's medium weight overcoats 2.00 the Employers' Associa- home Thursday, accompanied by A TRIBUTE TO FLAG DAY. momentary gain is only a postponeWool and silk dresses $2.00 to 2.25 as agreeing to lock out union Miss Juliet Gibbs, of Sioux City, Flag of our country in tho blue air The little children love thee," they t ment of judgment. The wrath of tion who will be her guest for a week. Evening and fancy dresses 2.50 to 3.00 printers. behold thee, streaming outraged humanity has not found John A. Stauble announces the 1.75 to 2.00 Cotton dresses Tho hope of days that were and t While loyal hearts gaze reverentexpression as yet because it is engagement of daughter, Miss 65 Waists days to be, reorganized Marie Antoinette his ly above, The Stauble, to Albert etunned by the audacity and 75 Plain skirts by an English-bor- n man in Georgia W. Sprlngman, Indianapolis. The Bright as the day star down the With loving hands they hasten to of English savagery. The enfold thee, wide heavens gleaming, g Pleated skirts 1.00 party wedding will take place June 22. (as was the t The guardian angel of our liberty. r silence of the moment is ominous and Shine on, dear flag, our glory White Material 25c Extra Mr. and Mrs. G. Clayton announce the Knights of the Golden t and our love. rather than reassuring for England. Circle), may have an international the marriage of their daughter, Coat Suits 2.00 t Mary Essie, to Charles Francis Blue of the June time in thy colors Hail blessed day when all hearts t There will be no peace upon mission to disrupt Sport coats and cloaks $1.50 up c the unity of the Meyer. The wedding took place showing, bow before thee, this earth as long as England American people. When old and young come forth t May 30, at the Sacred Heart church. The lily's whiteness glimmers there PULS DRY CLEANING COMPANY thinks that the world domination is c on every side. apart, Mrs. C. E. McCaskey, of Fort In the words of still possible. The red flare of the battle, ruddy, To gaze upon thy glory and adore Riley, Kan., is here with her There are over 155,000 British Chesterton: "The ruin of England troops glowing, thee, Mrs. Strassel, Southern ! in Ireland now, and the mother, who last week was operat Oh, darling flag, how beautiful The blood of heroes stained and Heights, will be the reconstruction of the island- is just tho size of Indiana. ed on for goiter and Is now steadily thou art. sanctified. world. The war that will end us costs over $5,000,000 a week to Improving. PROPRIETOR S Blue of the June time in thy colors will be the war that will end war." It Kelly showing, iMr. and Mrs. Charles England must become civil keep them there, and yet England announce the engagement R. their The patriot's reverent gaze to thee 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. of The lily's whiteness glimmers Is too poor to pay the interest on is lifted, ized or die. daughter, Miss Estello Marie Kelly, there apart, thy &, The dying hero breatheB the American loan. The" red flare of the battle, ruddy, to Philip George Hoffman, St. Paul, name in prayer, place Flag of our land with fame and Minn. Tho wedding will take glowing, HAVE ENOUGH DEBT. If disarmament is to become an this month. Oh, darling flag, how beautiful victory gifted, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Howard and thou art. Shine on, sun, moon and stars President Harding's hint that established fact, why does not attended the Miss Virginia Elvira MJlIer Slaughter. are not more fair. the war debts of the allies may be George of England give the ex- commencement Howard exercises and grad refunded raises again the question ample? In other words, "Let George uation of their daughter, Miss Helen Howard, at Oxford College, Ohio, performed the ceremony. Many rel- dened successively by the loss of a whether we should guarantee the do it." which took place the first of the atives and friends were present to daughter, two sons and her hus debts of England, France and Italy. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W extend best wishes and congratulaband, yet through all her dark week. DIPLOMAS FOR FIFTEEN. no good reason why we We can see times of trial and the succeeding Robert Moorman Parks announces tions. should undertake to shoulder the by The marriage of Miss Mary E. years marked intermittently Fifteen graduates were awarded the engagement of his sister, Miss whole burden of the war. Guaran- diplomas at the commencement ex- Mary Ewlng, to Lieut Joseph Albert Shaughnessy and Norman E. Wil- acute physical suffering her staunch Irish her in a teeing the war debts of those na- ercises of Holy Rosary Academy Sullivan, of the Sixth Field Artillery son was solemnized Wednesday spirit faith maintained INTER-SOUTHER- N of quiet patience submisDix, afternoon at stationed at tions would mean Just that. They held in the institution's auditorium now wedding will Camp place N. J. church, Rev. St. Louis Bertrand's sion to God's wilt whichand truly sancnext take Father Cummins offici tified at Fourth and Park streets Wednes- The acn not pay even the Interest on day morning. Eight of her declining days. A true ating. Following the ceremony Mr, these, were month. of Dominic, in whose order Home Phone City 1209 their debts let alone the principal. academic graduates and seven' comMr. and Mrs. Thomas Hannan and Mrs. Wilson left for New York childwas St.tertiary, a she seemed, like K we guarantee the refunded debt, mercial. Graduates marched jn the and Miss Mayme Hannan, of 1320 for a two weeks visit and on their she to have him, learned how arches of Bardstown road, will leave tomor- return will make their home at speak either to God or of always to we will bo left to pay it. And W auditorium underneath Him, and Third and L. roses and greenery. The ei.gnt row for Paducah to attend the have debts enough of our own to academic graduates were crowned she found Miss Susie English and Emmet D. Dominican in the rosary and other wedding next Wednesg devotions a take care of. At the present time with wreaths carried into the audi- day. ' Emmet D. Hannan, the Hannan, of Paducah, will be united source of strength. The there is not a solvent nation in torium on silver plates by small groomsman, is a grandson of Mr. in marriage at the church of St. summons ofspiritual found her ready death Francis de Sales In that city next to go to God, and Europe that took part in the war. girls. All nvere dressed In white. and Mrs. Thomas Hannan. surrounded by The Very Rev. J. A. Heenan, prior, afternoon. Rev. Father ner tnree surviving daughters, two The marriage of Mis3 Mary E. Wednesday former pastor of St. Louis Bertrand's church, deConnolly, of St. of whom are religious, Norman SURELY NEEDED. she answered livered the commencement address. Shaughnessy and Wednesday Wilson Brigid's church, this city, will perafter was the mild Diplomas were awarded by the noon solemnized Bertrand church, form the ceremony. The prospective and call, finding, we are sure, awhom judge in Him clement at St. Louis groom is a son of Mr, and Mrs. Ed The idle multitude, employer and Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghue. After OB1 Mr. ward Hannan, formerly of this city, she had faithfully served during employe,' should do some window the closing exercises tho graduates Father Cummins officiating. life. R. I. P. Mrs. Wilson left immediately shopping if they want a partial ex- were given a luncheon at Benedict's. and the ceremony to spend two and now members of Father ConSR. M. PASCHALtA,' 0. S. D. after nolly's parish. SInslnawa Mound, Wis. planation of why our factories aro weeks in New York. DEADLY RIVALRY. closed and or business at a standRaymond Quinlan and bride, who MONTH'S SIIND MASS. MOURN HIS DEATH. still. If you are in a position to go Before a large and nfjisy crowd was Miss Marie Veltb, are expected mass for the out the front and rear offices of the to return from an extended honeyThe month's mind inside to purchase, nine times Matthew Wlckham, ninety-eigof staged a moon trip the first homethe week, repose of the soul of Mrs, Bridget years old, the oldest man in of ten you will be offered goods not. Illinois Central Rallroaa on West O'SullIvan was celebrated in the the when they will be at '"B made in Amerla. A little Sinn Fein Shawnee Park, the boys of the rear Chestnut street. Their wedding at Church of St. Louis Bertrand on county, died at his hcme in Bloom-fiel- d needed in the land of Washington. offlee Tannine hv a sen nf 7 tn s. St. James' church was one of the Wednesday morning, May 25. Mem on Tuesday.. He came to this The rear office players were Gross- - most beautiful of the season. bers of the parish, especially the country from Ireland when he was Miss Mary Steele Wharton, of elder generation, will mls3 from twenty-on- e man. Caseell, Morton Kilkenny, years old and settled on HARVEY A GUSHER. Nicklies, Shaughnessy, Sage, Shack-le- tt Springfield, was In Louisville over their midst this devout soul whose a farm near Bloomfleld. ,Ho is sur1930 West Market Street. Phone Shawnee 2347. and Obenbausen. The front of- Sunday en route to Washington life was tor so many years passed, Col. Harvey, the American fice nine were Buckholdt, Danlete, city to attend the commencement as It were, in the shadow of the vived by three, daughters, Miss Nelto England, is doing his Fitzgerald, Shehan, R. Daniels, exercises at Immaculate Seminary, church, and whose love for God's lie Wlckham, Mrs. Ed Downs and Porter, Bloomfleld, ntmoat to outrival his predecessor in Rufer, Dudderer, Albrecht and Al where she graduated last year. Miss service found expression In a deep Mrs. Thomas gush. Now we would len. Messrs. Rufer and. Bright act- Wharton will visit classmates in attachment for all tne devotions and six sons, Dr. Robert Wlckham Brooklyn and New York City before held at the church, as well aB In a and John Wlckham, Chicago; Pat, ed as scorer. Thte Ilka to ,aak what is the necessity of annualumpire andthe I. C. office is an returning home. Tlilrty-fift- li and Kudd Avenue, Loulavllle, Ky, generous and loyal Interest in all Steve and Con Wlckham, Louisville, affair of force MndUg a man from America, at an and the victors never fall to remind A pretty wedding was solemnized that affected the welfare of the par- and Tom Wlckham, Bloomfleld. A Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Girls, Con- aftneiafcle cost to the taxpayers, the loeers of the result of the game Wednesday morning at St. Colum-ba- 's ish. With her passing a long and Funeral services were held Thurs Iw th Sisters of T.orftto. Prennrarnrv. Cnmmprrial anrt church when Miss Florence beautiful life came to a peaceful day at St. Michael's church. De The to ,pt Sn gland on the back when throughout the whole year. (aame onrl Vru"1 Kipp became the bride of Roy F. and edifying eloee. Once the mother r Mined WM held in hieh esteem bvl A winners are ehwty. enough to PMiai ATneir tber art hundred! of a iwe9tag ehalksgft to all railroad I Htrtman. Rev. Father Xalaher was I of a large and devoted family, Mrs. catalogue, terms, etc, address Mother Scholastics younger soa,of titled upetarte who oft For forew. celebrant of the nuptial mass and O'Sullivan's latter years were sad-- 1 large number In Louisville; K&NTIMY IRISH flMERHHW. IRISH PROTEST. $&$&&&&$Q&&$4 Dti blood-soake- 319-32- 1 olly-tongu- ed t SOCIETY. 1 fSft sill ?h " psLw al T; ,$. d, good-nature- d, Wood-bourn- 1846 The Stewart Dry Goods Co. 192 3$'$$S$3Km$S O'Cal-lagha- PHONE 2635 and two-piec- e i --- g- non-unio- n, - K C shame-fulne- ss t Know-nothin- HARRY B. DRIVER - $ SON -- R. RUTHENBURG BUILDING COMMISSIONER OF COUNTY COURT never-failin- GOODIE CANDY CO. MANUFACTURERS ht Pure Sugar Candies 'and Hand Made Chocolates A Pound Box of CC Pnnir Chocolates for or pro-Briti- sh Mf. St. Benedict's Cedar Grove Academy rlnr-fo- 1 " ..: Tneft-iimnnf- jcBBfrrtJOBCY xjfcxsaac j jmoedstioaj- - OPEN FOR BUSINESS EDWARD C. EARLY STORE CANDIDATE FOR i NEW CASH DEPARTMENT Womem'a and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Goods, in 'correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are freshn mar-giand new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small and utmost value. OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED Your Grocer and Restaurant Man 1 jt visilS jH BAILIFF POLICE COURT Subject to Action of DjaetnUe Party m SHELBY r- - 320 WEST JEFFERSON STREKT FOR WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS ATFSATINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 PER CENT. Because wo secured such favorable concessions on this lot of Papers you may save considerable in tho papering of your home and thcro are patterns and lands suitablo for every room, from your kitchen to bedroom tints, and heavy, rich living-rooPapers FROM 1 CENT TO $1.00 PER ROLL , And besides wo furnish you with experienced hangers m REPAIRING A SPECIALTY All Kinds f Billiard Room Supplies. Chalk, Tips, Cues, Cloth, Balls, Cushions. Both Phones, 2070 113 South Fifth Street O. O. SrEB3EXK3BrOKT & CO. Botts' Original WRITE FOR OUR PLAN Motion Pictures, Church, School, Home GREAT SOUTHERN FILM CORP. Fourth Floor 423 South Fourth Stroet KREAM FRYDCAKES t4ltttAti4ttH.A.i.,..AAAA.A..W.......... 9 --- 804 EAST MARKET STREET R. KORB & SON ABOVE -r - "YOU'LI, FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO BAT IN A Drs. Harrison and Strassburg W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Uso All Modern Appliances in tho Elimination or Pain. 1 Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated THE HOUSE OP QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pies, Cakes, Hoats 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Phone City 4503 Phono City 4693 Louisville Kream Fried Cake Co. 2.. im,tftmnimmtmmm;inm(m !"" """"" Sliuwnoo INOORFORATOD SOUTH FIFTH STREET In Middle of Square PRICES REASONABLE EXCELLENT COFFEE 004 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Near Broadway Pnnupoi aTmxnrm . The Goose on Wrapper Is Aasuranco That 80 Magic White Naphtha SoaS and Magic Flakes Are the Original. Manufactured By VKSXI West 203 1201 Story Avenue. MAGIC SOAP COMPANY INOOWOJU.TSD CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.7 Women Heaviest Sufferers in AAAAAAAAAAAA tvvvvvwwvvvi HOME PHONE 88 Louisville, Ky. StricJzenDistricts of Ireland STEAMER AMERICA FOR FERN AND BRUEN'S PARK AND RESTAURANT FOB A GOOD J, J, BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. J GROVE OHIOKBN DINNER 4059 AVEST MARKET STBEET Moonlight Trips. For excursion season of 1921 has a few more dates still open. Better secure dates now before all are taken. Apply at Wharfboat, Third and River. Phones Main or City 141. C. C. FULLER, ? STEHLIN'S BAKERY PRESTON AND BURNETT Both Phones Both Phones v WgtMHeW;JlB igWMsBC GRAN W. SMITH'S SON li . Bast Main. 5teet. toyAnYyvwiYvvwvia 81222 AL. S. SMITH, PROP. ELECTRIC LIGHTS Furnished HOT BATHS WATERS APARTMENTS Fvor Housekeeping and Furnished Rooms PIG West Chestnut Phone City 4240 Homo Phono, City 809 It II Funeral Director and Embalmcr Superintendent J. B. STRAUSS & CO. MAKERS OF BOTH PHONES 810. i 301 THEAST li CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, I 0 WALNUT THEATER flBf STRAUSS CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN "FROM MAKER TO WEARER" 230 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE, KY. ... , .."H"I"IiiI"I"Iit"I"i"I",H i HM I t H QH,'t,,H-t"i,,t"t"H'$fl'f- r3 DOUGHERTY & NcBIMT ECL.4HF&eBHP aaBKBaC!Ba J VtK? ytfw ?ayaBeMejBeayWv jEfCrJJIayaayJI H 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND GOOD MUSIC. STEIN'S Lowest Price Market the in S. W.Cor. Twentieth and Bank Streets. When you have bottles to sell see have a large stock of all kinds, City I Funeral Directors and Embalmersi iMKiWi'W'W'l ty GOODIE GANDI GO. Now it b the women of Ireland who sit amid the ruins of their homes. Unlike the Belgians they have no peaceful area to which they can flee for refuge with their children. All Ireland, North and South, w a battlefield. They have had no part in the fighting. .And yet there arc two hundred thousand of them whose homes arc heaps of ruins, whose husbands have lost their employment owing to'the disturbance. In Dublin, a comparatively peaceful area, five thousand children arc now I living on a cup of cocoa and a piece of bread a day, given them by private relief agencies. .The money even for this meagre meal is giving out. And the children, already seriously undernourished, are ia imminent danger of starvation. The same is true of the youngsters in Belfast. To feed both, to keep these refugees ia North and South olive, until the sources of employment are rebuilt in Ireland, the American Committee for Relief in Ireland has been formed. This Committee which isa absolutely and is now conducting a campaign for $10,240,000 under the direction of Captain John F. Lucey, who was Mr. Ifoovcr'a first aide in Belgian Relief. Its appeal to the people of America is based on a purely humanitarian basis. Those to whom the sight of suffering children is an imperative call should contribute quickly to John F. Pulleyn treasurer, at 1 West 34th Street, New York, the headquarters of the American Committee for Relief in Ireland non-sectari- MANUFACTURERS BOTTLES U3. ,,, Fehr Avenue 1 a When you want" to buy bottles we I BOTH PHONBS. Gumb. Slain 290S-- a FINE CANDIES Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty 1930 West Market Street Phone Shawnee 2347 Home City 2098 J I HUHUttHIH I kasia frfrl City 8714 F. W- ALWES & 620-62- 8 SON .. H D. and Embalmer L. DirectorBAX Funeral 17-T- 1 R. A. Fihe's Pharmacy DRUGS Prescriptions Our Specialty "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 Home, City 1881 and 1882 FOURTH AND HILL STREETS COAL CO. NEW O. T. COAL YARD S. , Clay nnd Fulton Streets. High Grmlo Coal at the very, lowest prices. Give ub a trial. City 4480; Main 1G58 sa OHBHTNOT UOVJaVTUM. KV PHONES: H. C. LARSEN Successor to WM. F. SHABER CO. HARDWARE, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK ROOFING, 780 South Twelfth Street, Between Broadway nnd Maple HOME PHONE, CITY 2G14 LOUISVILLE, ROOF PAINTING, GUTTERING, GENERAL JOB WORK SPOUTING AND KY. ASK FOR PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE CLASSES SWING'S DAIRY OD OPTICAL XVOOBFSBASXS THIS TO LITTLE GIRL NAMED MARY. within the scope What a precious name you carry, Llttlo maid with eyes of bluol Just to think dear Mother Mary Shares her, holy name with you! Sweetest name in all the ages. Loved ot God and loved ot man; Honored bye all saints and sages Ever since tho world began; Praised by countless voices ringing In the bright celestial choirs! Blessed by little children singing Hymns of thanks and ,fond desires; Gracious with a grace supernal, Lovely aa a morn In May, With a grace that Is eternal This the name you bear today. A PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. Hews Ffeone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Mala 8580-- A Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN COMPANY Fourth and Chestnut. Weekly Savings Club START 8N Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers In NINTH WITH TH South Louisville Bank Fomrtk sad Central Aveiiae WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS OITX HALL BLDG., liaa-iia- e Jewel you carry, Llttlo girl with eyes of blue; Yet 1 know dear Mother Mary Gladly shares (her name with you. TIs a priceless H. M. Kennedy. waex market bt. HENRY FISCHER , WORKS IN CHINA. CORNS.BUNIONS MllnL Dr. Uriah Lltsiy Cairap41st 57 Starks BaiULt saia raeves Hern Ferfecto Euneva Cigar Schroer's Smokers (UNION MADE) Home Phone, City 6041 SCHROER BROS; (41 MMMfaetarers MUTT of HWJI JBFJrMftON CSOAJ BTJtWrT In a recent report on the need of up to date medical and surgical work In the Far East, Dr. Robert Boiled Hams Specialty F. Francis, physician and surgeon, late of. New Orleans and now a medical missionary In Caaa. X. Xrgt Catholic X. A. Xrajp Chna, emphasises In particular the Home Paean, City 700S .treatment. In the need of KEAPP'S MEAT MAEXT course of his report Dr. Francis says: Wholesale and Retell work "The need of hospital XXV, VMX, TXOi JLXX Is urgent Our medical branch, An Xlaas ex thaekaa Keats comprising a well equipped dispense ary. and a surgical treatment room, Ml KA8T JKTPXHSON BTRBBT Is running at top speed. Already It has given us an Insight Into our fuUPHOLSTERING, ture possibilities. We have been CARL STOLL, visited by al sorts of unfortunates other. from some cause Window (Shades, Curtain Hangers, atylng dtaoasee form the or highest Skin dotmhig on Mwoee. aVeraae. diseases of, the eye and Oftse an Works winding iin wth ears esateg sews ttMK 94ft X. gi. Cfttftarfcae. PtoM 9W1 tM various ailnisa PORK PACKER a tho general Homo Phone, Parkway 60 Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J practitioner." Dr. Francis states that within a FRED WARNS, few weeks after he .had begun work among the Chinese, an average of patients w day over seventy-fiv- e PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST were coming for treatment and the TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. number was steadily increasing. He is working with the Chinese mis- TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS sionaries ot Omaha, Nob,, in the city of Han Yang, China, Dr. "Yon "Will Do Bettor at Spurrier's" Francis Joined the Chinese misslon- las-December and left for the Far FANCY GROCERIES AND DELL East toward tho end of that month. OATESSHN FRESH MEATS L. -- AND VEGETABLES MASON TO BE PRIEST; SPURRIER GROCERY CO. Dr. B. L. Klrby, formerly a & BROADWAY 111., Mason of Springfield, who was. converted to the Catholic Shawnee 1817 Phones West 852 faith some years, ego, has entered College, St. Viator's Bourbonals, BETTER SHOES FOR 111., to study for the priesthood. Dr. KIrby's wife died several months LESS MONEY ago. (For tho last- several years Dr. Klrby has beon a practicing dentlBt In Springfield. After his SPALDING SHOE CO. conversion ho became an active soOut ot tho High da worker and established one of EIGHTEENTH ANDRent District boys' clubs organized, in 3IAPLE STS. the first the United tSates. This was- the Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock Ozanam Club, which Is credited with having .been a very wholesome Catholic Influence among the youth C. RIEGER ur. Klrby nad at of Springfield, tainod to high degrees In Masonry HIGH CLASS boforo becoming a catnouq. ot i JR. AL STEBLER, HHbm. Prop. CAFE INTERUPBAH 317 (, i v West Liberty Next To Interurban well-kno- THIRTY-FOURT- H Station HATTER AND DRY CLEANER, CHAS. P. GALAS, Ladies' Hats A Specialty. City 1308. 210 S. Third Hats Cleaned and Reshaped. Suits Pressed and Dry Cleaned. BAMBLY BROS. WjUoIo jBHOB LOUISVILLE, KY.l - isisaa. Ira yoBr toys aa saaeaMea tkat wlH prapara tata for Hit - J. St. Xavler's lis CoH BTORBfl X-r-ay PEOPLE ARE UNITED. Sinn Fein sweep In all candldates-had -- PHOTOGRAPHY clean X-r- ay ana Western counties ot Ireland in the May election, They carried all ot Monoghan, Donegal and Cayan in Ulster and divided honors with, the Armagh, Tyrone, in Unionists Fermanagh and Derry. Unionists n Donegal, Monaghan and Cayan refrained from tnomlnating candidates for tha' South ot Ireland Parliament witk wnloh. their) lot is oast la the partition ParlianisnU. 9 the Southern, Eastern i 810 BAXTER AVENUE Opposite Cave Hill Cemetery POOLS? FOR MONHY. Loans ts those haying regular er salary, with no paWtetty r red tape. Loans to aousekeesera a tastr personal security. la-ea- Family Tiro HAMBLT'B Stores flaavr. 1?1 Mta and Portland. OMy 71 1Mb Bd Magasfas i AH' Kinds o Footwear For tt Ky. Conducted by tho Xaverfaa Brother. Cl&Mlcal, SolntlfJo aaa BbsIbm Courae, Preparatory Departmat. Lars anlmmiag Pool, Wall Equipped Terma moderate. Bre. Beaiaaaia, Dlr. Qym-aaslui- W. Broadway, SioabrrUls, o. J. J. MUELLER PINE TAILORING CLEANING AND PRESSING COAL 2d and Water Xloli, lumpy GHsser BUr CASH CO. Olty 9. 1, West Xyn eleaa lasts Cleaa Xat, ao alaok..... atata M.41 ...M.M 3141 K. POOLHY, al Conrlec-Jwra- 41 Uy Home Phone, City 5283 70S BAST MARKET STR1BT BttlMlaf, LOUHIVILLK - - - - KHNTUOKYf Per Tea BeUveiea AaywlMM Tab Sm If V Xaal It, $1JW rtgwea alae rua.,.. ...itM MAO ' Ti m,W( Hiw ! i Q ." 1W - KExrcaTCrosrxr iRijpfx .AAftXstiOAar. XX Vano W.MARKET 5408WUJSVILLE X FOR A GREATER LOIJISVILLE. KTOW 1 . city 2547 S20WWtnHOTy A'WiWWH W8ttSs lowirviiLtitt fif MAIN mens furnishings ST.fir J iSlfFHBHMi QwHSw mm HK & 140 ItEPAIltlNGND REMODELING A SPECIALTY $1.00 FLooBma ft St. . SHINGLES LATHES L9"t nd National BanK of H?ntuchy Oldest Bank in the State. Acc?"nt al the FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. 4U to Oe S. Breklaxlaff Srae Tut am BwHk, H. J. JANSEN'S DANCING ACADEMY 77J PHONES Main 2448 City 2448 High 661 1714 Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying' Investment -- pecialJtesignV elecCliomekl Inter- - Southern just what you have wanted and Building OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS. Have you planned tO OWn VOUr own home? Rempmhpr that nnw. if pwr io tlio flma move into it. . , Classes on'Monday, Wednesday and Friday Nights Private Instructions by Appointment Home Phone, City FIFTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STREETS fo V.1,511 LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK - ........ i..KKKxxxxxxlcricttfactctrkickkk UAAAAAAAAAAAAA! . Every house you build releases another home or apartment adds to the city's to your prosperity. Talk this over with your contractor and start fieurintr.todav. ,. " .. . nwwvww " BAXTER SHEET METAL 'WORKS TIN, TDLE AND SLATE ROOFBtfG Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing Roof PfllnMn O prosperity-ad- ds GLOBS 8HOUIUTY PIPELESS MsrprtC A LOAN OO Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Account!, representing 150,000 people with a totai deposit of mora than 13,000,000, ii the monument of confidence built by tb bank. people of Louisville at this safo. conservative CALORIC FUKNACE fuel by installing the patented Caloric Pipeless Furnace. Records everywhere show that the Caloric Bavos to the fuel this is in addition to heating the entire home more, thoroughly uniformly and than any other way. The Caloric is the original pipe-lefurnace, and has features that can not bo had in any other plpeless heating system. We'll sell you a Caloric under a rigid Money-Bac- k Guarantee of satiswarmth and faction. high-priced A. Lazar, Manager MORE LUMBER is used in the construction of your home than any other material. Wo furnish the best lumber at reasonable prices. ' US OUR BEST" SALESMAN IS GOOD SERVICE 442 BAXTER AVE., n I M N E Y POINTING at Underbill ,., Highland 1687; Cumb., East 1715 SAVES FUEL. You can solve the problem ot 818 West Jefferson Sires (8eooad Floor) Home Phone Ctty 3967. Mosey Adranood ob Your Plata flat 'SEE P. B. M A W If l m o PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN HOUSE WIRING 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET 1 Estimates Furnished AND ELECTRICAL UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOWD JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 1020 EA8T BURNETT AVENUE Home Phono, City S3 9 8 REPAIRING Fixtures Furnished HIGHLAND 704 WILLIAM M. HATFIELD Let Mo one-thi- rd one-ha- lf WILL B. MILLER TWELFTH AND OLDHAM CITY 2760 GENERAL CONTRACTOR Figure On Your New Homo Alterations Made Oarages Frompt Attention To Phono Calls CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 637 COMPANY NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION Incorporated 54-5- 0 CO T- All Stylo PHONES: SOUTH 2750 BOARD OF TRADE BUDLDING GENERAL CONTRACTORS 'rmrrRVTToa ss Demling's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE ASK YOUR GROCER BOTT'S ORIGINAL APPRECIATED (CREAM LOUISVILLE FRYDKAKES I D THIRD PARKWAY Phone Parkway 113 & SOUTHERN ... i4vy4,, uu'i PROGRESSIVE WORK FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE AUTO LAUNDRY Wo neartlly Recommend tho GADDIE &. Progress Laundry Co. ROSENHAM ACCESSORIES CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated ' BOMAR- - SUMMERS COMPANY - Home Phone, city 3147 BOTH PHONES 299 MENDING DONE FREE HOME PHONE, HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW AND SECOND-HANSLIGHTLY WORN MEN'S AND LADD3S SHOES AND CLOTHING t e c HARDWARE INCORFORATBD AT THE LOWEST PRICES Wholesale and Retail FISH, OYSTERS, GAME AND Gaaraateed Eggs Ohio River Fish 424 SOUTH PRESTON STREET POULTRY PRESTON PISH AND POULTRY STORE lAm BY SKILLED 757C 414 SOUTH EIGHTH STRERT MECHANICS WORK DONE PROMPTLY Watch Crrstala Fitted SQn Watch and Jewelry Repairing DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls Repaired DOLL BUGGIES AND ntlSHJ CITY 920G RALPH DAVIS COR. PRESTON AND WALNUT CITY 8230 The Radius Jewelry 408 SOUTH Shop WE BUY AND SELL GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE ROBERT E. SCHULER PLUMBING Repair Work Promptly Attended To 1009 MARY STREET Phone City 5708 B. J. JOHNSON . & SONS CO. BUILDERS Camb., South ttt-- J UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES (WHOLESALE ONLY) L. P. Blackburn O. CASKETS AND FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. -- ,,, . Runnrcn. ipmro mmi w iux jtULS-PD- LL irjioi iUAlClVJT JOHN RECCIUS' SONS " . STREET HXE OP TOYS. NOVELTIES, ETC. E. Davis CHAS. OFFICE: 701 REALTY BUILDING Parkway 13C-- L NATIONAL CASKET CO. PHONES 1000 LYNNIIURST AVENUE Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner ' BLACKBURN & DAVIS PLUMBING AND HEATHTG 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE Homo Phone, Crescent 71 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY East 572 Highland 72 J. MERIWETHER AND BUILDER DESIGNER Eleventh Incorporated and Magazine Strcota ARTISTIC HOMES Main 345 Wesr End Sheet Metal Works Roof Painting and Chimney Pointing a Specialty. DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting detects of Eyesight by" the fitting of proper glasses. 308 STARKS BUILDINO TELEPHONES City 9196 TINNERS Phone Suawneo 1420-- Spouting and Guttering. L 3019 West Market Street J. E. WELSH, MANAGER. To Help You PLY SCREENS METAL WEATHER STRIPS 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated GALVANIZED C4: SUITE 315 STARKS BLDG. Third Floor COR. FOURTn AND ADAMS & BALLWEY 078 BAXTER AVENUE LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING juabt st. CATHERINE IRON CORNICES AND SKYr.Trm . .... REWmn vri. tiAiu -- , - 1VWUX ST. Haxk Pres. J. o. 7mou, so. aad vrtta WALNUT STREETS L. GRAUMAN Home Phone, City 1180 OO. Incorporated HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR BY APPOINTMENT SMltra Za all kl&oa of 9tHo ami tor riztarM, BaXc. Oaaa Incorporated Ooaac. DnantarL tars, maow - vENJOY RIVER TRIPS. lUUTSf, JEIO. 333-33- C WEST MAIN ST. bio wzsx acanr The most popular place theae hot City 135-M- aln 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Hem Phone. Oitr ltts days and evenings is on the river. The Louisville and Cincinnati Packet Home Phono, Shawnee Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing WM. BANNON 899 Company, owners of the steamer 521-2- 3 City 38 COURT PLACE America, are doing a land-ofllCity 38 CONTRACTING PLASTERER business carrying crowds to Fern IlimiHIIWiWIII llillllMI MW1MII1MHFIIMWIWI immiiimwii Grove. The America makes two CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION BROOK AND BLOOM COMPANY trips every Wednesday and Saturday City 8389 Cumb. S. 154 at 2:30 and 8:30 p. m and" three GENERAL CONTRACTORS trips on Sunday to Fern Grove, 9 Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, a. m., 2:30 and 8:30 p. m. The BILT-RIT- E IOELBSfl Excavating and Granitoid Work Some Phone, City 7804 dancing public are loud in their 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY Comb. Phone, West 412-praises ot the new 6,000 square foot Two carloads ot samples on display. Order now tot spring dellTery. "Our prlcos are lowest and guaranteed against dt dint. Easy tarns dancing pavilion on tho America. & Besides the Fern Grove trips the C. A. & CO. OGLE Packet Company is carrying capacity L0UI8VILLR, KY. STREETS SEVENTH AND JEPFFERSON at on the crowds trips GENERAL CONTRACTORS every Sunday on the steamer Queen AND City, which leaves at 9 in the mornOFFICE .AND YARD: IT 1800 WBST MARKET STREET ing and goes as far as Vevay, Ind., FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their where .her passengers are transferred Residence Phone Shawnee 12 2- -J Whether It Bo Bread, to the steamer John W. Hubbard. Success Is' Assured by the Unfailing Quality of LOUISVILLE, KY. OUR CLAD REDUCED TO PEAR. ASK YOUR GROCER ARCOLA HOT WATER HEATING City 1479 KASTELHUN, Sole Distributor TflA TtrhnlpafllOr nrroate rut Clnn WM. C. Fein election agents in. "Ulster" inSHOCK nlilpot. fonr ifnr dicates the St.llo of PLUMBER DRUG COMPANY ABSORBERS their ascendency to which the "Ul GAS FITTING Incorporated J0rPronlo4Rar .. SEWERAGE ster unionists nave ueen reduced. aSfori ComtHf Service Station 635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET dalCort. The Eerrymander of th "Illsifor" PRESORDPTION DRUGGISTS and Liberty id constituencies, so as to make an Phones City 5826; Main 1264 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Orange majority in the "Ulster" KY. HASSLER SALES CO. Parliament, has failed to allay those Your Patronage, Large or Small, Always Appreciated City 2712 Phono Main 8473 Home Phone, Shawnee 803 leare, bo rorco and the prison have PARK 262 P H U N Jfl H PARK GOO been utilized to the utmost extent DOSSlble. rtoaldfiH m hnctt of snontnl constables drawn from the worst ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING gangs in Belfast have been siworn ,1n to terrorize the votare so it will be Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. seen mai a rree expressing " or Asphalt Shingles a Spocclalty ? "Ulster" onlnton nt th nolln Vina FINE SHOE REPAIRING Beading Braiding 2011 WEST BROADWAY been rendered Impossible. Had the Beaked Bags Repaired Work Called For and Delivered voters been free to record their con2327 WEST MARKET STREET victions it is believed that Sinn H. A. DOLL Rmssell Service Shoppe Fein would have carried the great Shawnee 2702-- L maiorltv of tha "nistAr" ni CONCRETE WORK 307-- 8 Boston Building Unionism In "Ulster" Is dyinir. the Prompt and Efficient Service old national Snlrlt of Orr and Tone JOHN B. WATHEN CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER JCellie Russell, Manager. and McCracken In halne rovf-vACity 3728 Main 1459 621-62- 3 BAXTER AVENUE rtPRNrruua moving and among HJteter" Protestantsp all ot PACKINS wwch augurs well for tho future. 309 STARKS BUILDING Either Phone M BoHtfc Tmr4Mak M. SARTO CLUB FEAST. gbawBM 1986 Both Phones 2406 WwC 1184 LONG JDfiSTANCH HAULXN With Mrs. Morris Ttnlnnrl ntwl & CO. 1 Miss Genevieve Vernla directing LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON With Your Cleaning Phone Us Now. laJ, CITY 1705 HUBER HAND STOKER Guilders Elect. Co. P. - - Itfl. vtssrs BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPEOIAT.TV VARIETY WOODWORK 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. HOME Guy Leber OTTO J. OSTER PHONE, CITY 0270 Chas. Leber ce JOHN F. WILL LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS 300 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, SODA FOUNTAINS JOHN COMPANY HOME PHONE, CITY 2700 KENTUCKY MACARONI. EGG NOODLES W Frank Hartman Sons HOUSE PAINTERS KOERNER meet-the-bo- HERE IS AT LAST! FL DECORATORS A. ENGELHARD & COAL REDUCED oinuii ucilico Jjimin Harlan Liunn Hazard "P PBNDBNNIS sons ' -itMMMM....fiin.i I SPAGHETTI SNOW RALPH 00 Virginia " SZZZ 'invmnr ... ... . R co ,c SS.M .87.00 - MAY DELIVERIES ..,. ... SHAW OAKDALE defer Pr t0n IeS3 than Byrne - rt0M ft ,s tuniVC Speed Coal Corporation coa, HOOWOIU.TM 88 .. ir' 7 Tr"" L "V wiiui;Hy tap 315 Guthrie Streel- - BOB HAWES for' and Hemstitching LIBERTY SHOE SHOP HENRY GOSS BUY NOW Both Phone. 315. Battoms Pleating ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY FLOYD AND MARKET EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME Both Phones LOUISVILLE, KY. w Fire Automobile Insurance JOHN 6 RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1 179. Home Shaw. 105 -, H. BOSSE SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT 'J'- - lcoPoiuTtor REUTLINGER y 1 the programme, the Sarto Literary Adolpk ReatllBger Club had' a deliehtful nvonlnc mil NORTON BUILDING meeting at i,ho home of Miss FIRE INSURANCE PHARMACY No. 2 N. W. Cornir Fourth and Jeff irsen EIGHTESNTH AND MADISON STS. Aeatha Schaefer In New Alhanv. TORNADO, XJABDLITY AND The club will close the season with Telephone 1022 its annual bannunt the lattnr nart LOUISVILLII, KY. PLATH GLASS ot this mptith. Cumb., Main 490 Home, Ctty 4990 BJ. US SOUTH THIRD STRBBT South T547-GRRAT OATHOLlb EVi!T: PALAOI 0LXAN1SI A DYIM City 4S97 City 6910 Res., Shawnee 1863-- L Jolt Work Promptly Attended To ttOIITG Iaeorporated One of tho moat nntnhln avonin IT SO CALL LEO H. WEBER In the history ot the Catholic Co. HXFKRT GLKANRRS OF LADDW Besigaer and Ballder ot Church. In Kansas w(ll be celebrated Incorporated MATTHXW HAMMON AND GBNTLRMKN'S WEARING June 22, when MO.DBRN H O M H g at Wichtta oa J, Schwartner, of GRNMKAL TRANSPORTATION, MftSiDBNCK, 1961 BAST MARKET AFFARMj A8Ut Plana 'and xBstlmates Chserfully TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND in solemn ceremonies will be JK)K ARTHUR H. ROIOCANN, Maaager rinteMa "BAYRTOB PARTIES" lnstRled" at Bishop of the Wichita DAT pR KIQHT (Ma. J 1. W. CtBUS TkW .Wttast OUT PRliTON iTRBRT dloofs. 112S WRST MAIN 8TR4RT ; OSTRADER & HARRIS Cumb. West 2gs THE BLAT2 QUALITY PAINTS AND VARNISHES PRESERVE AND BRAUTDTY Beet Scrvico Modrf im 319-32- 0 It. SIMON P0NTRICH ind CrMrawood, 00 BROADWA FISHING? FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Tweaty-wght- 5 W h SOUTH SHELBY LOUISVILLH, KY. Sullivan Transfer JNO. J. MORTON INCORPORATED & CO. OALLUajTOK Mon-sign- er a, KIXXOWI To-led- fetafeUshed 18S - LoalsTUla. K Oil and Grease FOR ALL FDRFOSM gentgofcy Onwmmara Oil 0r. ad uif OFFKH OUTFTTTWe ttTATioxans rnaliillli - - -- . J, J Ns JEWTTXJOKY IRXSH A.MEieiIOA3$r, THE TELEPHONE PROBLEM. Consolidation or Compensation? Much condemnation has been meted out to the Home Telephone Company for Its rate Increase. It is but natural that they should desire a living profit out of their concern, and on the other hand, it Is also' natural that the subscribers should balk at this particular time against a raise oLany kind. Much talk has been heard regarding a proposed merger of the Cumberland and Home Companies, but so far this has been merely talk. Before merging the two companies, it would be well to look a little further and deeper into the situation, and not come to hasty and probably illogical conclusions from snap Judgment. A merger of the two companies sounds well: it seems a solution to a vexatious problem, and while it has many good points, it is only fitting and proper that the bad features be commented on. To merge the two companies would mean primarily a raise in rates. In other words, in order to be able to reach anyone in tbe city ?ho has a telephone, would cost each subscriber more. This seems, and in fact, is logical. To most, this would seem proper; but how about those who, from a standpoint of necessity, must have more than one telephone. Instead of having the two 'phones, with the difference in rates, there would be two phones, both at a higher rate than either of the two were before. Of course, such subscribers are in the minority, but nevertheless, they comprise many of the largest houses In the city, and every phase should be considered before entering into a thing where there is the slightest possibility of harming the present or future of Louisville. Another matter for vital and deep consideration Is the service, and what effect one telephone company In tho city would have upon it. Competition causes better service to be had. Of this there is and can bo no doubt. It has often been demonstrated what a "corner" in anything docs to price, and also the independent attitude that any man or concern will have when they have "cornered" a certain item, par ticularly on indispensiblo utility. So It would be well to consider a merger from the standpoint of Vltnl Points service. hand, it would On tho other doubtless mean a heavy loss to one or possibly both companies insofar as switchboards and labor turnover is LOWER PRICES EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR. Brought about by a Persistent Effort to keep Joverhead expense reduced to a minimum. Our cash purchasing power enables us to buy many bargain lots of merchandise which in turn is quickly-offereto the public. Remember this is the Big Cash Store with the Little Prices. "Distant Pastures was an editorial in the Saturday Evening Post 16 under the above title. It attracted widespread attention. It offered sound financial advice to the Post's two million or more subscribers. "Distant Pastures," said the editorial, "often look greenest, but that is only because we can not see them closely. It is a curious trait of human nature that there is y things. more romance and glamour attached to "Tle heavy annual losses in worthless or doubtful stocks would be reduced to a marked extent if the smaller investors would be taught to confine the bulk of their purchases to securities that are close enough at hand to per- THERE BEN SNYDER DEPARTMENT STORE 526 Went Market Street, Between Fifth and Sixth. WORKMEN'S FRIEND! far-awa- investigation. "It is not only safer to identify yourself with investments close enough to watch, but there is greater personal satisfaction." More than 3,500 Louisville citizens have already followed our advice to "invest direct in properties they can see" namely the great, modern,, properties supplying the people of this city with ever increasing quantities of electric and gas service. We intend to have 5,000 home investors in this company bg 1922. Will you be one of them? mit of first-han- d . Men's High Grade Clothing and Furnishings at popular prices. We can save you 20c to 25c on the dollar. lIMCYE&Ifc :B E Ifc JSX A. J& 216-21West Market Street, Between Second and'Third 8 NUMBER 3 GALVANIZED TUB $1. w s CHINA STORE Glassware Hardware 1617 WEST MARKET STREET Chinaware Graniteware Home Phone City 3711 BOTH PHONES 2482. Louisville Gas & Electric Company Incorporated in Kentucky. 311 Eighty-tw- o West Chestnut Street Returns To Investors Years of Consistent concerned. The good and feasible points in consolidation of tho two companies aro well known, but it would be well to consider the other side be- into this bqre plunging headlong merger, and while a merger would be doubtless a splendid thing, the matter should be looked into from all angles. MILITARISM VS. JUSTICE. Well promise you your money s worth Service is all the Laundry has to sell CRYSTALSTANDARD LAUNDRY INCORPORATED SWISS Cleaners and Expert Dyers IH?COIU?XATHD OUR SERVICE IS PHONES 2207 DIFFERENT. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MEN'S CLOTHING Qeneral Office 617 S. Fourth, Plant M,t 909-91- 5 S. Sixth St. DR. CHRISTOPHER G. SCHOTT 2103 WEST WALNUT STREET. Home Phone Shawnee 832. V - . Ztltt9 ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE Leading Forms of Commercial Policies. Full Coverage. No Technicalities. National Life and Accident Insurance Company A. N. ESTES, Manager , 608 Crutcher & Starks Building '5, J I Tuesday morning. Many friends and relatives feel great sympathy for Joseph and Hat-ti- e Fahey, 2511 Duncan street, from whom the Angel of Death has taken their beloved Infant son, "William Lee Fahey. The funeral took place Saturday morning. Death called another respected citizen Tuesday morning in the person of Fred A. Hermes, beloved husband of Reglna Hermes, 1100 South Fifteenth street. His funeral took place yesterday morning with requiem high mass at St. Jeter's church. By the passing of Miss Catherine Kenny, daughter of the late Bernard and Bridget Kenny, St. Cecilia's parish loses another respected and exemplary young woman. Her funeral took place Sunday afternoon, attended by many sorrowing friends. Bernard Macke, Sr., an old and respected member of Holy Trinity church, passed Into eternal rest Saturday morning at his home, 815 East Broadway. He was sixty-nin-e years old and well known in Cath olic circles. The funeral took lace Monday morning. Martin J. O'Connor, fifty years old, formerly an emplfiye of the Louisville & Nashville railroad, died Friday at his home, 2526 "West Main strpet. He Is survived by two eons, Hubert and John O'Connor, and a daughter, .Miss Mary O'Connor. Funeral services were held Monday morning at St. Peter's church. Funeral services for John A. Walter, a former member of the Department, who LouisvJHe Fire died at the home of his sister. Mrs. Rol Critea, 2621 Wtt Chestnut, wore held at St. Chrlt Borromeo csurcti. jfMiaw mm, cnte at m ter, and three other sisters, Mrs. Mary Genevieve Manalian, of Sophia Senf, Mrs. Eva Metcalfe and Brooklyn, asked 1b she might help Mrs. Theresa Freeman. to All a column In the Sunday paFuneral services for Pattl Ruth pers, and as an evidence of her abil- O'Bryan, fourteen years old, whose ity to do so in a way that is worth death resulted from sleeping sickwhile she sent these fine lines: ness following in the wake of insomnia, were held Sunday afternoon IRELAND. at Holy Cross. She was the beloved O starving Mother of heroic dead! Is there no hand raised in de- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gory O'Bryan, 3111 Hale avenue, and Is fense of thee? Is there no voice to cry "She survived by a sister, Miss Jessie O'Bryan and three brothers, Amiel, must be free, Whose sons on all earth's battle- - Everett and "William O'Bryan. The sympathy of their many fields have bled, , Whose daughters for the faith of friends goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Grote and family in tho their tears have shed!" Could proud Columbia lift her and brother, loss of their son Christopher Grote, Jr., who died head tyran- from injuries sustained in a recent Triumphant over motorcycle ny accident. The young Were't not for thy heroic, countless man was a great favorite with all, and was especially popular with the dead? older members of the Louisville Music and art and, poesy were thine. Bowling Association, who knew him The funeral took And freedom's peace in' golden from babyhood. place from St. Helen's church Tuesdays, of yore, Ere grim invaders ravished thy day morning. Many homes in this city are in fair shore And tore thy sacred symbols from mourning this week for those who thy shrine; were called from this life, among Betty Burch, 1333 Brave little island, lift thine eyes whom were and eee Rufer avenue; James P. O'Rourke, How God remembers He will set 131 North Twelfth street; Mary J. 995 Dupuy; John "W. Vollmer, thee free! 2202 Bueter, "William R. Diehl, Boiling. Mary Thelma Hugg, 2206 RECENT DEATHS. West Market; Thomas JH. Hayden, Kate Shaugh-ness.George Borntraeger, eighty-twa 2812 Montgomery; Cecilia M. "Wolf, 1036 Mulpioneer member of St. Boniface church, residing at 718 Roselane berry. Btreet, was claimed by death Saturday evening. His funeral took place ERECT CLTJB HQUSE. star-gemm- ed old-wor- ld y, o. YIELDS GLADLY. survived by a brother, Frank Wal- crush quickly the Irish republican forces. Thore Is a significant reason given, however, for the delay In this programme. It is tlie strike City 671 situation in .England. Itself which will not permit of any considerable withdrawal of troops at this time. So the "flooding" is postponed to a more favorable period and an empty threat Is all that the news item conveys. Quite apart from the situation In England which is much more serious than most American readers of Dispatches last week told us that Lloyd George Intended to flood Ireland with British troops in order to 924 12 WEST WALNUT STREET Main 9357 A. T. SCHREIBER our daily papers are aware "flooding" Ireland with British troops will not bring a settlement of the Irish question. Ireland may be overrun by British soldiers, but that will not bring the Irish people to love British rule. Passive resistance can thwart the efforts of the military just as It has thwarted tactics of the present "Black and Tan" regime. And passive resistance can he conSooner or later tinued indefinitely. English statesmen will have to deal with the situation in Ireland on other than military grounds. The trouble with Lloyd George and his supporters Is that they have absorbed the Prussian love of Imperialism and militarism which they so roundly denounced only a short time ago. They are themselves using the methods which so roused the indignation of the world when much farther than any other nation In inflicting atrocities on a people, striving for legitimate Independence. For this the world will call England to account before the bar of public opinion. Militarism can crush, but it can never Justify. That is the George's plan reason why Lloyd must fail. Ireland rests her claim to independence on justice, and" the Justice of her claim no one can truthfully deny. ""Flooding" Ireland with British troops will not andwer that claim before the world. "SLANDERS AMERICA. employed In Belgium by the forces of the Kaiser. Only they have gone DRUGGIST COR. PRESTON AND CHESTNUT We call for and deliver prescriptions. THE HUB LEATHER COMPANY WHOLESALE LEATHER, FINDINGS, SHOES AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES. Home Phone City 6984 610 West Market Street "Work on the erection of a now club house .for St. Xavier's- - College to be located on tho alumni field on Clay street was started the first of the week. The building will be a frame structure 52x20 feet, and will cost about $2,000. It will be fitted with club room, dressing rooms and shower baths. The property on whlcb It will be erected is now the athletic field of the college. "Work will also be started at once on a fence which will enclose the field and a 2,500 capacity grand sand. IMAGERS MARKET STREET NEAR FOURTH ,A.- - "MY IRISH ROSE." Final arrangements have been made by the Irish Glee Club for the presentation of "My Irish Rose" at St. Anthony's Hall next "Wednesday night, The proceeds of this play will be given for tho education of young men to the priesthood at College. "My Irish ,St. Francis Rose" is a beautiful Irish story, full of love and pathos. In the cast are Misses Estelle Glenn, Anna Mae Nold, Catherine Peterworth. Mar garet Stuckenberg, Eileen and Grace G. J. Thornton, MaCormack, J. Richards, M. Barry. E. Pfeier, R. Muth and J. B. McCormack. Vocal solos will be rendered by Miss Ber nice Lake and David Maloney, prom inent local singers. The London Graphic of Monday morning claims that a Sinn Fein plot Is on foot "to Import from the United States a large number of young men of Irish nationality, adepts In acts "of violence." These "gunmen," tho newspaper declares, are expected here shortly, "elaborately disguised." But the British So cret Service, says the Dally Graphic, has adopted equally adequate precautions to trace them down. The foregoing an another instance of England's lying and slanderous propaganda work. RAD TO NAG. Fourteen Billiard Tables Twelve Bowling Alleys ging 'habit. We' all have times when we may feel like nagging, and the best way for anyone to avoid unpleasantness at such times Is to go oft by one's self and fight off the Nagging Iras ruined ugly mood. more homes than anyone realizes, PERMISSION NECESSARY. because It Is at the start of many The Dall Elreann has decreed thai more conaplcuou'3 evils. "no citizen of th Irish Republic Bhaly leave Ireland without permisPASS 700,000 MARK. sion from the proper authority." day In dishwater while your mother IDNT TO GIRLS. shipping and emiUnder th decree The Knights of Columbus have rests." gration agents henceforth are for- gone beyond the 700.0QO maris l A girl recently sent fifty cents to bidden to accept postage money or membership with ithe new year. O NUSmER KEPT SECRET, ChlcaKO advertiser for a rece'pe to issue ticket to intending Irish emlgrjMiti unlets "they produce a the order wta 701,969, erf wfclh to whiten the- bands and keep them Japan carefully conceal tka soft. She received the following print! permit, signed by tke Min- 1&8.247 are in- toe Mureu of the submarines in her reply: d sealed TIm MweW ister for Hesse Attain rab?i nu . - ,v. , WHV tk Ml f tfc "8ek year kande three time a (1)2,722 that anyone. can get into is the About the most disagreeable habit nag- Ice Cream and Soff Drinks - - !." JCraKnDSJOBTX XTfcX3Bt AJS&J&JU&CZAXi LORETTO. A gathering of all the alumnae from the oldest to tho most recent, is expected to take place next Tuesday at Loretto Academy In Marlon county. Good Mother Praxedes Invites all to once again spend at loved surroundings of their venerable Alma Mater. Not since Loret-to'- s- BACON -"- a - t COMMENCEMENTS. " "INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem 5uretj- Coupena. at f do roz iovow .ascot ow? I HOUSEHOLD CLUB Convenient PLAN ? ir and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments The annual commencement exer cises of Bethlehem Academy at St. John were held Tuesday morning, attended by a large gathering of former pupils and friends of that excellent educational Institution. Next Tuesday morning St. Catherine of Sienna Academy, near Springfield, will hold its annual commencement exercises, which will attract a large gathering, many of whom will be from this city. This Is one of Kentucky's most famous academies tor women. St. Vincent's Academy, conducted by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth at St. Vincent, will hold Its commencement exercises next Wednesday morning. SIstor Huberfa, who Is widely known in Louisville, is the Mother Superior at St. WUtKXmnUNMOKimxSM HERMAN STRAWS Weaiye 0NS laBEKeT atfaiaaHaaaaaaBaBBBBBam least a day amid the familiar and and Redeem Geld Trading Stamps. centennial ten years ago have all tho girls met within Its sacred portals, and the Sisters want those who come to enjoy a real TAKES FIRST PRIZE. BOYS' SUITS h M1 yw H Candidate for r . twin crrr league. MRS. JOHN L. WOODBURY The oHtotA&dlas ieataree ef ttiia method are Ha convenience la makiar. parckaeea without any coBaiderakle outlay of cash. The advantage ef baying es the dab Plaa darlag ear various salee AT 8AX1B PRICES. "Whatever la the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also the price to a Heaaebold Glab Plan easterner. There Is positively ao advance. There are bo "eoafidcntUl arrangements.' It Is eeadacted upon am opea basis with a fixed sehedale of rates. The first payments and the aomthly are the same to all. paj-xaeats I ' ' ball against Aulbach, the youngster. The final score was 6 to 5. Mackin came strong again by defeating the Knights of St. John In a 12 to 1 game, while the K. of c. finally uroKe us losing streak aaglnst De- lisle, "Bud" O'Brien being tho batting star. Tomorrow they play as follows: Knights of St. John vs. K. of C, St. X. vs. Mackin and Trinity vs. Dellsle. Trinity Council retained Its hold on first placo In an exciting contest with the St. X champs Sunday at Shawnee Park, tho "Old Master," Rudy Summers, twirling big league si County Tax Commissioner Subject to Action of Dcmocratlo At the commencement exercises at the Presbyterian Theological Seminary, James J. McTIghe, of the Byrne & Speed Coal Company, was awarded first prize for the best essay on "The Right or Search and Seizure and Its Limitations." Judge Thomas R. Gordon, dean ot tho school, awarded diplomas to the eleven graduates, and Col. William A. Colston, of Washington, formerly of this city, delivered the commencement address. Louis M. Roth was declared winner In the oratorical contest. of the Jefferson School of Law, held -- $10 ishecL ST. IAUL closes NEXT. Party. BASEBALL Minneapolis Today, Sunday. URSULINE Twenty-eig- ht ACADEMY. 1B.4 aaaHliC'attJlr? BBBaaaaHaVlKsBaSsT young women of the Ursullne Academy, 80C East ChestSURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS nut street, will be graduated at St. Martin's Hall, Shelby and Gray Etreets, at S o'clock, Thursday evening. Father DIomede, O. F. M., will delirer the principal address. Miss Agnes Kastner will be salutatorlan. "Perge" will be the subject of her BBBBBSVS'BBBBBBBBBM address. Miss Carolyn Hayden, val"We of for excellent Coffee, QK edictorian, will speak on "Farewell &aaPPl''Xv''aBBBBBal three pounds for to Girlhood's Home," and Miss speak on This means only another decrease over the old price Eleanor Reider will for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price "America's Debt to Catholicity. on the market. Give us a trial. LOUISVILLE vs. ST. PAUL Monday, Tuesday, Wednes day, Thursday. . Gams called at 3:30 o'clock. now oi sale at puschameyer's. Reserved seats Coffee Prices Lower Otlt THE VERY BEST The thirty-nint- h annual supreme convention of the Knights of Co212 WEST MARKET STREET. lumbus is to be held In San FranSOFT DRINKS Established 1888 cisco on August Both Phones 1323 Four hundred and fifty delegates from all parts or the United States, PhilipXmOA.SU pines, Alaska, Canada, Porto Rico, Cuba and Mexico, will attend the en ruralturo, Diamond ad other Pns Supreme Council, in what will un- onal Property at owtst Xatea la Cltj OFPEOPLE'S PROVIDENT doubtedly be the greatest conven ASSOCIATION tion in tho history of the order, Incorporated 800,000 members being represented BUILDING at the coming council. Special rates 8. E. 208 COLEMAN AND JEFFERSON COR. THIRD d of one and cent faro With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. for the round trip, with ninety Oaiey Drug Co. privileges, will be Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. days' by all railroads. granted Incorporated .Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. NAZARETH COLLEGE. SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND ACCURACY The following programme has Bardstown Road and Longest Ave. been arranged for the Nazareth XNGOKPOXU.7H College Summer School, S41 South Highland 116Q East 9168 street, which will open Juno Fourth Office G17 South Fourth. Plant 000 South Sixth. 23: P. P. Valinoti Electric Co. Educational psychology. English, History of Literature, "Wo Use tho Golden Rule" Renaissance period, , 913 WEST MARKET STREET Methods ot teaching High School Clty'4782Latin, Cicero; psychology, social INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER JOHN M. MULLOY SPECIAL HATES GRANTED. EPPING'S Joe Cantillon's Minneapolis team its present series tomorrow Willi the Colonels and then comes Mike Kelly's fast traveling aggregation, the St. Paul club, which has strengthened considerably In the past few weeks. At that the lineup Is not as strong as last season and does not look as good as the Louisville club. Strange to say, tho only weaknts.-- . of the Colonels to date has been the pitching department and there the- club looked like a world beater before tho season opening. Ballenger, Ellis and Acosta, the doubtful qualities, have come through and when the pitchers recover control the Louisville club Is bound to make them all sit up Many fans are and take notice. glad to see the agitation against the shoestring gamblers at third base, who have made life miserable for fans and the team alike. Put 'em out of the park. - We ate offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver- tise our Boys Department. These ouits are made ot good woolen mate- terials, splendidly' tailored and fin- - i i j THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW fWf9WWm49909m99t9wmimwfm? $10 The Crystal Optical Co. 611 S. Fourth 512 W. Walnut 741 E Chistnut MAKERS OF CORRECT FITTING GLASSES NAZARETH. cises of Nazareth Academy will be .held next Thursday, and all patrons and friends of this old Institution are Invited to attend. The Almunae Assoclatoln will also celebrate the silvor jubilee of its organization, Dr. A, W. Goldstein, Herman H. Goldstein, Chas, T. Kilmeier, Optometerists. Tho annual commencement exer SWISS CLEANING -- IBM ( MEN'S SUITS one-thir- stop-ov- er Ernest Tuesday and Wednesday to tho social and business features of the event. The usual special train stawill leave from ,the Tenth-stretion at 1 o'clock In the mornjng, arriving at Nazareth in time for the exercises, which will begin at 9:30. et WeWmKKm iff VsiiiiiW olmLmWWW TTAiv w rviihfc trom ih uecond Ward the Gibraltar of Democracy comes a candidate who has lived in the good old "Second" SECURE ALL PRIZES. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS DON'T FORGET THAT - A largo attendance of the St. ORDAINED TOMORROW. WE'LL DRY HER TEARS. Helena's Club Is expected at its business meeting to bo The many Louisville friends of held Monday evening at Presenta- There are mother eyes William F. Burke, and especially (Don't you see?) who will bring to the office of Sheriff the same detion Academy Auditorium, Fourth Cleamln' with the tears of misery. members of St. Louis Bertrand par , IMOOKPOJLanB, and Breckinridge. The members of gree of diligence and effort that he has always will be the Entertainment Committee have Theyr'e tho eyes of Mother Erin, ish and Mackin Council, he will in devoted to his business. bo terested to know that (Can't you see?) much to tell ot the plans for the She is weepin' for tho children ordained to the holy priesthood toA GREATER AND PROSPEROUS "LIVE celebrating of the fifth birthday morrow at the Dominican House ot at hor knee. anniversary. This will be in tho LOUISVILLE." W Studies, Washington, D. C. On tho form of a dinner dance to be given (i Thursday evening, June 23, at the Sure, there's tears In tho eyes of following Sunday, Juno 19, Father Burke will celebrate his first solemn Mothof Erin, Louisville Hotel. And ye hear the children's cries high mass In St. Louis Bortrand's church, when Mackin Council memalong the way. THOUSAND DINERS. A. L. Ah, the wild Irish Rose her bitter bers will be present in a body. e eorrw knows, The dinner, at which BAKER AND CONFECTIONER CONVENE IN DETROIT. Eome 1,000 guests assisted, marked And the River Shannon flows no longer gay. the official closing in New York of national convenThe (he campaign ot tho American Com- Dark seem tho days for Mother Erin, CREAM Order mittee for Relief in Ireland. Tho And dark the clouds across tho Irish tion of the Ancient will be of Hiberheld in nians in America dinner, which was held at the Hoskies. HOME PHONE, CITY 6574 tel Astor, was a national gathering But her sons have heard her sighs, Detroit, July 19 to 23. According 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET to the official call, which was isof sympathizers with Ireland's suf- And the sun ot hope will rise, ferers, the hundreds ot guests com- We'll dry the tears from the eyes of sued from the office of National H. F. KRIEQER, Proprietor. President James E. Deery, thb sesing DOMESTIC STEAM Fiftyfrom all over the United States. Thero's Mothor Erin. that's callin', sions of the convention will" be held a mother voice thousand dollars, according to tn tho Hotel Statler commencing (Callln ye!) the statement of Morgan J. O'Brien, The 'Tis a voice ye must remember Tuesday, July 19, at noon. Ladles' We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky was added to the campaign fund as national convention of the tenderly. Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best satis- a result ot the banquet. Auxiliary to the A. O. H. will- be 'Tis the voice of Mother Erin, faction and lowest prices. Consumers wiU benefit by the purchas of their coal Southwest Corner Second and Jefferson held at the same time. PARISH PICNIC. (Callin mo!) NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special We Louisville Callin' all her sons across the sea. Kentucky LARGE CONVERT CLASS. Committees and people raducad prices on car load shipments. of St Boniface congregation are making Sure, I ee your widow's gown, On Pentecost Saturday Cardinal THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMPANY MEAN! arrangements for their HARVEY-JELLIC- O extensive Mother Erin, annual parish picnic, to be given As tho soldiers of tho crown go O'Connell, ot Boston, confirmed oven, (ZNCOKPOHA' 1,500 converts in the cathedral or PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAEtY PRODUCTS for tho benefit of St. Bonlface Tidln' by. Xard and Elevator, Pope and Pay no Street!? school at Fontaine Ferry Park on Ah, the Shamrock droops Its bead the Holy Cross. This was the largA at one est class 'over Wednesday, June 22. Many interYard 1600 S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. where the green Is tinged in the historyconfirmed diocese. time ot tho It esting amusement features will be Main 033. City 1450. Main Office 411 Starlcs Building. with red, The customer will know that you watch his interests if you aell provided for the little ones and And me heart Is shamed to hear tho represents the converts received into the church in one year in Boston. grown-up- s and a pleasant day is children cry. K. & I. PRODUCTS assured. Admission will be only But bid them hould their whist now, APPOINTED TO RROOKSVIIiLE. fifteen cents. Mothor Erin, FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS Tho sun of hope now lights the Among the clerical appointments ARMY DESERVES HELP. KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Irish skle3, announced last week was the transThe hope that never dies, Incorporated Make your home hospitable and attracfer of Rev. Father Gerald Conor your sons have heard your nolly from The Salvation Army Is trying to Florence to Brooksvllle, JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHOVrcs ! sighs. tive this winter by the the addition of raise money to continue its customwhere he will have a wider ary activities this year without re- We'll dry tho tears from the eyes moro important field of labor. and attractive and correct lighting. Fa sorting to "passing the tambourine" ui Moiner ,t;rini ther Connolly is a brother of Dr. J. street corner meetings or making at Damon Runyon, J. Connolly, of this city. PORTABLES, PLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING PURNITURE collections.. This year In communities, excepting the M'CORMAOK VICTROIiA. PRESIDENT APPROVES. larger cities where other methods r John McCormack, though in Euare necessary, it is endeavoring to President Harding, in a letter regather funds by means of advisory rope at present, is going to keep up ceived at Knights of Columbus headboards composed of friends of the his custom of elvlntr a mnnifixjnt quarters In New York on Saturday, XMOOKUnD army. vkstrola to the i&lr of St. Benedict voiced 528 WEST JEFFERSON the Moor for colored Cathnlfos in plan toapproval of tho organization's Main 1800 Citj 897 issue a monthly publication jBaaaaaaa4BjBBiBlBWBpBWwaBkiaVHBB New York City, Ho does this out URGING NEAR EAST RELD3F. Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer, Universal Farm Lighting Plants . with nation-wid- e of friendship for Father Timothy ning next August.circulation,a beginpleas"It Is One of the most ImDortant fea outtuioy, assistant iastor oi st. Ben- ure," the President wrote, "to give tures or the patriotic, and recon- - edict's, and in memory of their an expression of my sontlments re struction programme adopted by the school day In Ireland. P. BJUHMN, ML, VIn tm. ud Ttm. gardlng the Knights of Columbus, M,J.SJUMtl, PrHUHtHdMMifK. j National Congress of the Daughters xno extenaett and 'highly efficient of the American Revolution at their CONVERTING NBGROBB. work of the organization in behalf Wkars (fee keaaa recent meeting In Washington' was Wkere werk la of our most vital national Interests brigktee f the passing of resolutions endorsing Even Jn the bigoted and dose during the war, and since, has surethe work ot the Near East Relief State of Georgia the work ot ly earned it such a testimony." Wkere tfee work Wkere eookte mm and urging all local chapters to as tEe negroes la prosreeatag Hgkteett aA Clvrt Plp,1 real fa sist definitely In its campaign. . lavoraoiy. Tne L.yons ArrJcaa MONUMENT TO ISABELLA. Wkere tke ateal la BasAta's Pattmt LIMei Pip ftr.SUam Wkere kakta girea a started their work in that eeeked beat OIIUROII WITHOUT GOSPEli Wall Capiat Drain T1U, YitrUUi Jklcl, State with 100 Catholloa and two A monument dedicated to One llkt miserable miselona. Today there Isabella of Spain, who maiAriaiiv Wkere tke mage acaaaa Wkere draage la eat Ftn Prasla, Plaa Llaiatf, Plr Brick "When does a church cease to ba the six churches with echoobi and aided Christopher Columbus in, hia ak tae etckt Grata aa4 Baiiar TiU, Fir Clay, Ckiaaay Tap. a church?" asks a exaoout 1,400 Cfttaoiw nearly aity can earch for a new world, may be waera Tfcat'a Wm wkere change. Well, as a guess we'll say verte. erected in Mexico City. The move, "Qeiek Heal" OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. "Qaaek Meal" seaaw wn&n it Becomes a forum: whan ment was launched at a recent banwhistling solos take the place of POLISH FOB FLOOR. quet of baafcera aad mercaaate,' It PHONES CITY 73178.CUM. MAIN 807, longs oi praise; when politic aad Qalek Meal GaalKaaies Said. laatalled The tow, eade ef oaadlea, moated m Kisi r Reees TirOKKS-TkIr- tk topics of the day .are diecueaed by and mixed wMb aqttal jw'rte of tw memnttw. io uavet tae moaume&t to BraakUrMca'M Miatk ! wueen ' the minister and the goapel is newttae, stake a ana oollak far waary ot. thrown la to the diecard. teen. next year. Wi MAR&T GRAYVON ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. THE HOME OF PLANNING FOR BIRTHDAY. INSTALLATIONS, RESDDENOE WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS AND ItEPAIRS Students of Catholic schools won all six prlaes this year In the an nual essay contest given under the auspices of New Orleans Chapter, United Daughters of the Confedpublic schools, eracy. Sixty-fothirty Catholic parochial schools and six private schools participated Pupils lit the in the contest. eighth grade only were eligible, and the essays were requlml to bo written within an hour. Catholic schools won four ot the six prizes in tho contest held by U. D. C. last year. ur JOS L STEUEBLE re? SHERIFF IS PURE MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS." ( sJ GUNN ?100-a-plat- KRIEGER HOTEL FORMERLY IOE fifty-seco- nd COAL- ' STAG HOTEL First Class Popular Prices 1 - COAL COMPANY BUTTER SPECIALTY Brighten Up Electrically! nouse-io-nou- se r ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY IWS4fltlftWIStSWltlM p. BANNON PIPE CO. Smt Ce4lt, a . Where the Quick Meal Comes In con-verti- ; ee f non-Cathol- ic KlttlMi. Liitimimiliiiniinn HaUa. . uaJrjswp;SEHER & SON, iJ v.,t. iv-?- i